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.
Train 57 departs Cobourg