Wrapped VIA 6436 leads VIA 26 from Ottawa over the Lachine Canal.
The Victoria Bridge and VIA's Ocean (15) - two two real classics with combined 280 years of history: The bridge opened in 1860, and the Ocean was inaugurated in 1904, and both have been in operati... (more)
An inbound Metra gets going after a stop at the “zoo stop” in Brookfield, Illinois.
The first F40PH that is painted in the new Metra scheme leads a train out of Elmhurst, Illinois at the end of an October day.
A westbound Metra departs the station in Elmhurst, Illinois.
VIA 65 makes a late-morning departure from Montreal's Central Station as it passes CN Wellington (the former interlocking tower still standing but barely visible behind the massive REM overpass) a... (more)
VIA corridor train 22 makes an early-morning entry to the island of Montreal at Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue with F40PH 6413 leading a 4-car consist of LRC cars, with CP's Vaudreil sub in the backgroun... (more)
Shortly after leaving Montreal's Gare Centrale, VIA 65 to Toronto is rounding a curve with the new REM alignment to its right.
Double-headed by VIA's EMD F40PH no. 5417 and GE P42DC no. 903, Ottawa - Québec corridor train 26 is passing through CN's Saint-Henri and over the Lachine Canal, Montreal Central Station will be ... (more)
VIA's 6429 brings up the rear of VIA corridor train 26 from Ottawa to Quebec, crossing Saint-Patrick Street, about ten minutes from Montreal's Central Station.
The usual train crossing the usual bridge at an usual time but with an unusually beautiful scenery.
CSX1,2, 3 seen here slowly coming to a stop in Plymouth Yard. Some passengers got off and a few were added for the trip west.
VIA 63 for Toronto is reflected in the Peel Basin.
The golden October sun lights up VIA's 69 double-headed by F40PHs 6459 and 6415 and a consist of LRC cars, crossing the Lachine Canal near MP 3 on CN's Montreal Sub.
The shadows are still long on this last day of September as VIA's combined Abitibi (601) and Saguenay (603) consist passes over the future REM tracks on CN's St-Laurent subdivision, a few minutes ... (more)