Interior of VIA 8704 dome car.
VIA 14 has just left Saint-Hyacinthe, the second of many station stops it will have to make on its journey to Halifax.
The Ocean has just begun its journey towards Halifax on a beautiful spring evening.
The Ocean rumbles across the Richelieu river in the last sunrays of a warm August day.
As an all renaissance engine lashup is backing up at the central station, cyclists are enjoying summers finest weather on the Lachine canal bike path. The CN control tower on the laft has been sol... (more)
VIA 14, the Ocean, heads towards the Canadian East at sunset.
A pleasant surprise awaited me as VIA 6452, the second unit, which was sidelined for years is reborn, rebuilt and wearing the Renaissance paint scheme. A visible difference is the door at the back... (more)
At sunset and already half an hour late, VIA 14/16 ( Ocean and Chaleur ) is exiting the Southwark yard in a hurry. The cool 3 unit lashup is made of 6425, Renaissance 6400 and 6412. As pointed by... (more)
VIA 14 passes under Young Ave as it exits the balloon track at the Halterm Container Terminal.
The Eastbound Ocean backs into Halifax station after running around the balloon track at Halifax's Ocean Terminal.
A tradition with Canadian long distance passenger trains are the Budd-built dome-obs "Park Cars" named after famous national parks, bringing up the rear of the consist. Assiniboine Park brings up... (more)
One of a kind rebuilt F40 6400 leads VIA 14 across bridge over Upper Falls in Parc Des Chutes, Riviere-du-Loup's inner city parc at 01:17.
Via 14 Gloucester Junction ,Newcastle Subdivision. 5 hours late.