VIA 920 brings up the rear of VIA 633.
One of a kind. VIA 633 is heading towards its next stop at Dorval with VIA 913 leading and business class car VIA 3476 as the first car. This is the the only VIA business class car to be wr... (more)
A new wrap. After being involved in an accident in Manitoba in 2018, VIA 6420 has been rebuilt and is the most recent VIA locomotive to feature a 'love the way' wrap. Here it brings up the ... (more)
VIA 633 has VIA 911 up front, VIA 6412 mid-train and VIA 6407 on the tail end as it heads west. In Ottawa this consist will be split up, with the front part going to Toronto as 645, while the rear... (more)
VIA 633 heads west with VIA 903 bringing up the rear of a long train with two consists. Up front is VIA 915 and mid-train is VIA 6418.
Unwrapped VIA 915 leads VIA 633 underneath a vintage signal gantry at Coteau.
VIA 6405 brings up the rear of VIA 633 as it makes its station stop at Dorval. At the front of this Ottawa train is VIA 914.
Underneath the 'superhospital'. VIA 6446 is leading VIA 633 past MP 4 of CN's Montreal Sub. In the background is the McGill University Health Centre (dubbed the 'superhospital' locally), wh... (more)
A late VIA 633 with VIA 903 leading is preparing to head onto the Victoria Bridge before backing up to Central Station in Montreal.
Two for the price of one. VIA 633 has two trainsets as it crosses the Ottawa River, on its way to Ottawa. VIA 6449 is up front and another F40 is mid-train.
VIA 918 is on the rear of the Sunday edition of VIA 633, with an extra trainset on the rear as always.
VIA 633 with VIA 6452 leading, VIA 902 mid-train and VIA 920 on the rear heads west underneath a signal gantry on CN's Montreal Sub.
VIA 633 has unwrapped VIA 6420 leading and wrapped P42DC's VIA 905 mid-train and VIA 907 at the tail end as the 48-axle long train passes the curve at MP 6 of CN's Montreal Sub. The rear consist b... (more)
A long passenger train, with lots of variety. On Sundays VIA 633 always deadhdeads the consist for VIA 47 to Ottawa, leading to a long and interesting passenger train. Here VIA 633 is passi... (more)
Engines at the front, middle and rear. A quite late VIA 633 (it left Central Station in Montreal 100 minutes late) has VIA 6405 at the head end, an unidentified P42DC in the middle and VIA ... (more)