VIA 900 heads west during some nice evening light.
VIA 900 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 south on the Brockville Subdivision.
VIA 900 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 west on the Smiths Falls Subdivision.
Bloody nosed class leader. VIA 900, the first P42DC on their roster, had hit a bird sometime before making its station stop at Dorval with VIA 67. It is boarding passengers and will depart ... (more)
VIA 25 at late afternoon,on it's way to Montreal
A double headed VIA 70, with class unit 900 and 6435, slows in preparation for a station stop at Aldershot just a few hundred yards to the east.
VIA 900 leads train 82, the express from Brantford, through Bayview.
VIA 900 glides through Snake with a sharp looking stainless steel consist behind.
What is probably one of the better looking P42's on VIA's roster, and also the class leader, leads a typical 55 around the 90 MPH curve at Lovekin.
The class unit for VIA-ordered P42s rounds off the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision with six Budd cars trailing.
After the snowstorm! By a beautiful winter day, VIA #30 is passing the small town of Glen Robertson. He will meet the VIA #51 few miles away...
VIA 900 taking the curve,on the way to Montreal downtown..
The P42 class unit rolls thru Bayview Junction with a single baggage car and LRC equipment on VIA No. 72.
VIA's P42 class engine leads train No. 90 eastbound under the signals at Burlington West.