A VIA LRC and F9B lead a Montreal-bound train out of Brockville, Ontario. F9B 6533 was destroyed in a head-on collision in Hinton, Alberta a little over a year later.
The LRC/F9B set in charge of an eastbound train has backed the Ottawa section behind the station in Brockville, Ontario, re... (more)
Travesty From Toronto
Without a doubt, the ugliest locomotive to carry an Alco 251 prime mover was the Bombardier LRC. The 1980 introduction of the low-slung active-tilt trainsets ... (more)
An LRC trainset pauses at the Saint-Hyacinthe station on its way from Montreal to Quebec City.
A VIA Rail LRC set crosses the cantilever bridge between Quebec City and Levis.
Toronto - Windsor train #71 approaches Massey on the Dundas Subdivision, a few minutes away from a station stop at Brantford.
Can you tell that the guts are Alco?
Being evaluated by Amtrak.
Sometimes, everything just comes together. 76 was about 10 minutes late. 10 minutes later, it was too dark for anything
In the last half mile of the Dundas Sub, Via 74 is about to run the last 50 miles to Toronto
A VIA LRC locomotive hauls 'Tempo' cars westbound to Windsor. It was not unusual to see power short Via rail use LRC's on regular trains without the LRC cars designed to run with them.
Subbing foe the regular MLW or GMD cab unit; LRC locomotive 6917 is dwarfed by the F9B and consist as it heads west toward Toronto.