The Canadian departs Winnipeg for points west.
The Canadian rolls through Longlac
6448 with rebuilt 6406
The eastbound Canadian makes a station stop at Jasper. There really is a ton of detail in the fluting of these cars, and nothing quite screams "CANADA!" like the side of this car being surrounded ... (more)
Having just departed from Prince Rupert, The eastbound Skeena passes part of the fishing fleet
VIA 6448 is in the shop for new wheels after a minor derailment. The SD40-2 on the left is NREX 5619, the SD75i barely visible on the right is CN 5681 in for wreck repair, and the long hood door s... (more)
VIA #1 heads into Jasper behind Q111's train. Q111 left Toronto at 0200 on the 5th, while #1 left Toronto at 2200 on the 4th. It's kind of embarrassing that a freight train makes better time acros... (more)
An unbelievably clean unit leads VIA 72 across the Sixteen Mile Creek and into Oakville Station in the bright afternoon sun after being held for just a few minutes at Kerr Street. It was waiting f... (more)
J-trained 42/56 flies by Pentecostal road with VIA 6448 leading and VIA 918 in the middle.
F40PH-2s 6448 and 6441 wait for their evening departure with the Eastbound Canadian at VIA's Vancouver Maintenance Center
The reserve power at Jasper Station, VIA 6448 rests in the early evening (Gotta love northern latitudes)
Assiniboine Park brings up the markers of #2.
Sitting in the usual spot. The bright object in the background is an illuminated wind sock.
Making final preparations to leave Jasper after swapping out engines