VIA 905 leads VIA 63 past MP 4 of CN's Montreal Sub.
Baggage car at the rear. A baggage car and VIA 6410 bring up the rear of VIA 63 as it passes MP 4 of CN's Montreal Sub. In the foreground is the Turcot Holding Spur and in the background is... (more)
A bit over 45 minutes before its departure time from Montreal's Central Station, VIA 63 deadheads towards the station with VIA 908 and 5 LRC cars passing the Peel Basin.
VIA 912 brings up the rear of VIA 63, which has another wrapped P42DC leading.
VIA 63 is led by VIA 6429 as it passes the Peel Basin about five minutes after leaving Montreal's Central Station.
Soon to be removed. With Canada's 150th anniversary year now at an end, VIA Rail is starting to remove 'Canada 150' markings from rolling stock. It has not been removed yet from P42DC VIA 9... (more)
Class leader VIA 900 leads a shorter than usual VIA 63 through St-Henri on Christmas Eve morning.
A change in consists. Up until a recent timetable change VIA 63 has always been composed of all or nearly all stainless steel cars, but it now sometimes sports a consist of four LRC cars, a... (more)
VIA 63 has VIA 6413 leading the usual seven stainless steel coaches as it crosses the Lachine Canal and passes Wellington Tower.
VIA 917 is one of the rare VIA Rail P42DC's to not be wrapped for Canada's 150th anniversary. Here it leads VIA 63 past the Peel Basin.
Wrapped and unwrapped P42DC's. With 17 of VIA Rail's 21 P42DC's wrapped for Canada's 150th anniversary, it's getting rarer to get a non-wrapped one leading; it's also rare to see two P42DC'... (more)
A class leader, wrapped. VIA 63 is passing Wellington Tower 5 minutes after leaving Central Station in Montreal. Power is class leader for VIA Rail's P42DC's (VIA 900), which is wrapped for... (more)
VIA 6433 leads Montreal to Toronto train #63 through Brockville.
VIA 63 has VIA 6433 leading seven stainless steel cars as it passes Montreal's skyline soon after leaving Central Station.
Reflected train and tower. Both VIA 63 and the abandoned Wellington Tower are reflected in the still waters of the Lachine Canal on a foggy morning.