VIA F40PH-3s 6434 and 6454 pass under the Northeast Anthony Henday Drive with the westbound Canadian.
On the rear of No. 1 on August 5, 2016, are three “Prestige Sleeper class” cars, included the dome-observation “Kootenay Park.” These cars have deluxe accommodations and service, and includes extr... (more)
VIA Rail No. 1, the westbound Canadian, slips by a mountain lake at Henry House, Alberta, on August 5, 2016. The Two EMD F40PH-3s have the 24-car train well at hand and are heading for a welcome s... (more)
VIA F40PH-3s 6410 and 6453 lead the westbound Canadian through Ashcroft.
VIA 6453 leads the westbound Canadian through Juniper Beach Provincial Park.
VIA F40PH-3s 6453 and 6427 lead the westbound Canadian through Spences Bridge.
VIA F40PH-2 No. 6435 and No. 6444 are leading the westbound "CANADIAN" (VIA Rail train No. 1 Toronto, ON to Vancouver, BC) over the North Thompson River. A picture only possible due to the fact th... (more)
VIA 6402 & 6436 are both displaying Canada's 150th promo wrap, as the train is seen crossing the Assiniboine River with a surprise visit from a Rocky Mountaineer Coach en route to the west coast f... (more)
In a view from inside a dry rental car, VIA Rail No. 1, the westbound Canadian, departs Jasper, Alberta, in the pouring rain on the afternoon of August 9, 2016.
Surrounded by towering mountains, VIA Rail’s westbound “Canadian” is minimized by the scenery of Jasper National Park, even though the train powered by three F40PH-3s is 23 cars long! The streamli... (more)
With a massive mountain wall edging Jasper Lake in the background, VIA Rail train No. 1, the Canadian, cruises westbound out of Devona, Alberta, on July 11, 2014. Three EMD F40PH-3s power the stai... (more)
With rain about to send us for cover, VIA Rail train No. 1, the westbound Canadian, makes its station and service stop under stormy skies at Jasper, Alberta, on the afternoon of August 9, 2016.
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)
The Canadian hits the rails out of Winnipeg on the first day of fall, still pulling a full summer consist of 23 cars.
Glacier Park is the 23rd and last car on the VIA Rail Canadian as it leaves Winnipeg en route to Vancouver across the prairie.