Bridge work. VIA 67 with VIA 6408 and 4 LRC cars heads over the Lachine canal, on its way to its final destination of Toronto. Formerly leaving Central Station at 1545, a recent schedule ch... (more)
VIA's 40th anniversary unit 6454 with 6457 and 6451 leads E/B train 14 The Ocean, arrives at Bathurst, NB VIA Rail station on November 24, 2018 after season's first snow storm.
VIA F40PH-3s 6410 and 6453 lead the westbound Canadian through Ashcroft.
VIA 63 has unwrapped VIA 6451 and wrapped VIA 6416 as it passes the Peel Basin five minutes after leaving Central Station. Behind the power are four LRC cars, including two that are wrapped.
VIA 2, "The Canadian," makes its way out of Vancouver's Pacific Central Station and into the Grandview Cut as a 2-car "SkyTrain" metro whisks by on Translink's Millennium Line.
The Ocean with a Budd full stainless steel consist is approaching its final destination Montreal as it crosses the Richelieu River at Beloeil.
Vancouver's Pacific Central Station glows in the dark hours before dawn. Originally built in 1919 by the Canadian Northern Railway, the building was CN's Vancouver terminal until VIA took over CN ... (more)
An unusual passenger train during the day in Montmagny
The westbound Canadian soars high above CP's Thompson Sub and the Fraser River at Cisco, BC.
A snow covered VIA F40PH-3 6419 brings up the rear of VIA #84 east of Guelph on GEXR's Guelph Sub.
With F40PH-3s on either end, VIA #84 speeds away from Guelph on GEXR's Guelph Sub.
VIA Rail Canada's westbound Canadian has just crossed over the Cisco Bridge, high above the Fraser River and gathers speed after its passengers took in the view at walking speed.
VIA 910 leads Ottawa-Quebec City VIA 624 over the Lachine Canal.
VIA's westbound Canadian soars high above the Fraser River at Cisco on CN's Ashcroft Sub as CN's Q116 heads east underneath it on CP's Thompson Sub. If only VIA were 5 seconds earlier!!
A late running westbound VIA Rail Canada "Canadian" crosses over the Thompson River at Lytton, BC. Immediately west of here the Thompson River flows into the Fraser River and heads towar... (more)