A trio of VIA Rail F40PH-3s hustle a very impressive 30 car "Canadian" west on the Albreda Sub.
Backing into Vancouver's Pacific Central Station at the culmination of its 2,775 mile journey across the country, VIA's "Canadian" carries an unusual consist at the headend, including tw... (more)
After a short meet with CN L537 at the west end of Amherst, VIA 14, The Ocean, accelerates through town, past the former mandatory station stop, which is now just a flag stop.
VIA 6408 passes through Smiths Falls with Toronto to Ottawa train #42.
VIA Rail F40PH-2 6408 in a special paint scheme 'Coors Light Silver Bullet Express' with 6435 near Bathurst, New Brunswick November 07, 2011.
VIA's Ocean on a foggy morning. VIA 15 from Halifax is about 45 minutes away from terminating at Montreal's Central Station as it crosses the Richelieu river on a foggy morning. VIA 6408 (?... (more)
VIA 6404 enters the Brockville Sub with Ottawa to Toronto train #643.
VIA F40PH-3s 6408 and 6426 crawl towards Jasper, AB with 26 coaches, following one of CN's many daily Edson Sub landbarges.
VIA Rail Canada's westbound "Canadian" speeds towards a station stop at Jasper. Part of the 26 car consist was what is probably the first "LRC" coach to visit Western Canada al... (more)
VIA One departs Hornepayne after a 45 minute station stop ; trailing are three deadhead coaches, the LRC extremly rare beyond the Quebec City - Windsor corridor
VIA 1 approaches Hornepayne with three deadhead coaches upfront
Westbound No 1 passes through Oakville right on schedule.
The regular J-train blasts through Newcastle with 6408 and 6448 providing the power.
VIA 73 rockets up the Dundas Subdivision with 4 LRC cars.
A summer thunderstorm looms in the sky as VIA 6408 departs the Stratford Station with some older ex-CN, now GEXR, equipment sitting on the storage tracks.