VIA One departs Hornepayne after a 45 minute station stop ; trailing are three deadhead coaches, the LRC extremly rare beyond the Quebec City - Windsor corridor
VIA 1 approaches Hornepayne with three deadhead coaches upfront
Westbound No 1 passes through Oakville right on schedule.
The regular J-train blasts through Newcastle with 6408 and 6448 providing the power.
VIA 73 rockets up the Dundas Subdivision with 4 LRC cars.
A summer thunderstorm looms in the sky as VIA 6408 departs the Stratford Station with some older ex-CN, now GEXR, equipment sitting on the storage tracks.
Train 57 departs Cobourg
VIA 6408, the Coors Light Locomotive leads VIA 85 out of Brampton with its usual 2 cars.
The future passengers of VIA 84 are anxious to board the train with dark clouds looming in the background.
A rare occasion, VIA 84 stays on the south track at Brampton to let passengers off on the south platform. For some reason, they didn't do the usual stop on the north platform, probably caused some... (more)
The last Via 84 of July that would stop in Stratford waits as an impressive 50 plus passengers board the train early in the morning as storm clouds prevail in the west.
VIA Rail train 14 with one of the two " Coors Light Silver Bullet Express" units 6408 and rebuilt 6449.
VIA 75 - VIA 6408 leads the baggage passenger train westbound to Windsor through Islington Ave. VIA 6408 is advertised as one of the two Coors Light Silver Bullet Express engines and was also the ... (more)
Coors and Budd! Sorry - Couldn't resist. The Coors Light "Silver Bullet" pulls a train of stainless steel Budd Cars thru Bayview Junction on train No. 70 from Windsor.
VIA 6408, one of two F40PH-2's decorated for the Coors Light Silver Bullet Express handles a somewhat lower profile train 57 near Port Hope, Ontario. 1501hrs.