VIA 63 has VIA 6412 and five LRC cars in a variety of paint schemes as it passes the Peel Basin.
VIA 902 pushes VIA 22 over the mostly empty Peel Basin. At left is a new footbridge that Parks Canada had just put in place to replace an older one.
VIA Rail’s train No. 5, the Skeena, on the left, passes train No. 2, the Canadian, on the station track at Jasper, Alberta, on September 18, 2002. The Skeena is heading for the wye to turn the ent... (more)
VIA 2, "The Canadian," crosses the Harrison River outside of Agassiz, BC on a cool fall afternoon while a few local anglers wait to reel in some of the local salmon.
VIA 2, "The Canadian," crosses the Harrison River outside of Agassiz, BC on a cool fall afternoon.
VIA 2, "The Canadian," with 4 F40PH-3s on the point, makes it's way out of Vancouver's Pacific Central Station and into the Grandview Cut as it begins its 4-day transcontinental journey ... (more)
A year earlier than my last post, my father was in the area on business and lensed VIA 76 with a much larger conventional consist departing Windsor at the same location. The ABBA combination incl... (more)
My father and I photographed numerous VIA trains, but this was the only time we got a Tempo RS18. Just after 2 PM, CN 3154 has departed Windsor station with VIA #78, a Windsor-Toronto Tempo train... (more)
VIA Rail eastbound train 14 the Ocean with F40PH-2 6417 and MLW FPB-4 6865 at Kent Junction, NB.
Three VIA Rail RDC's makes their daily run from Moncton to Campbellton and back on June 4, 1983.
VIA Rail train 50 the Toronto-Ottawa daily, exits VIA's Brockville Sub., and enters the CP Belleville Sub., at Smiths Falls, Ontario.
VIA Rail GE P42DC 906 in original as delivered dark blue/yellow/gray paint scheme at Belleville, Ontario in June 27, 2002.
VIA Rail Budd RDC-1 no.6118, former CN 6118, nee B&M 6106.
VIA #5's equipment is readied to make a move over to the station track in Jasper.