The Canadian flies south on the approach to Sparrow Lake.
VIA’s train No. 2, the Canadian, rumbles around a curve at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. To our surprise, the 20-car streamliner was running one hour early (yes, early!) on Canad... (more)
VIA train No. 2 rushes by a hour early at 2:00 p.m. at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. The 20-car streamliner has the usual classy Budd-built Park-series dome observation carrying ... (more)
VIA Rail No. 2, the Canadian, curves along the edge of Brule Lake at Swan landing (Brule), Alberta, on July 18, 2011. Leading the train is a rebuilt F40PH Via labels a “F40PH-3,” while trailing is... (more)
VIA's eastbound Canadian departs Rivers for Winnipeg. The second unit is still painted up in the Coors scheme.
After a 5-hour delay due to a Norwalk virus that spread and killed an elderly passenger, and hospitalized a few others, a new crew brings the 12-car transcontinental VIA #2 around the S curve at R... (more)
VIA 6442 rounds the bend leading VIA 2. The train was 5 hours late due to a breakout of flu in the sleeper cars, 4 people affected by it and 1 person had died on the train. The other 3 were taken ... (more)
This loc is waiting for work, right the park car from the Canadian #2 from Vancouver to Toronto
A short 12 car Canadian eases into Washago just after receiving a fesh dumping of lake effect snow.
VIA’s eastbound train No. 2, the “Canadian,” leaves Jasper at English, Alberta, over the Canadian National main line on September 18, 2002. Two F40PHs power the 21-car train, with No. 6441 leading... (more)
VIA’s eastbound train No. 2, the “Canadian,” leaves Jasper at English, Alberta, over the Canadian National main line on September 18, 2002. On the rear of the classy train is dome observation “Twe... (more)
A pair of Via F40ph's move the Vancouver to Toronto Canadian southward to Toronto on the Bala Sub.
VIA Rail's eastbound Train 2 "Canadian" near Stephen, B. C, behind an F40 and an F7B with the trans-Canada highway at right.
VIA's incredible “Canadian” skirts Brule Lake at Swan Landing (Brule), Alberta, surrounded by beautiful Jasper National Park, on July 20, 2011.
VIA's Canadian skirts along Moose Lake.