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)
The last train of the day for Toronto is passing the Turcot Interchange with wrapped VIA 6416 and six LRC cars.
VIA 28 from Ottawa is close to its terminus of Central Station as it heads east in Montreal.
VIA 24 from Ottawa is about to pass Turcot Ouest with wrapped VIA 6416 leading.
Spring is slowly making its way to Montreal, at least the snow is almost gone as VIA's F40 PH no. 6416 pulls VIA 24 from Ottawa past milepost 3 of CN's Montreal Sub, about half an hour late.
A rare combination of a GMD and a GE wrapped unit (VIA 6416 & VIA 916) lead a slightly late VIA 64 eastwards.
VIA 67 passes the skyline of downtown Montreal with wraps at each end. Two of the four cars are still in the older grey, yellow and blue paint scheme, which are getting harder and harder to see.
With wrapped VIA 6416 up front, VIA 67 is making its station stop at Dorval. At the other end is VIA 908.
VIA 64 is approaching the Turcot interchange with wraps from two builders at each end.
VIA 67 has wrapped F40's at each end (VIA 6416 & VIA 6420) as it passes the skyline of downtown Montreal.
VIA 67 is making its station stop at Dorval with wrapped VIA 6416 leading. Out of sight at the rear is another wrapped unit (VIA 6420).
Filthy. VIA 6416 is in desperate need of a bath as it leads VIA 34, making its station stop at Dorval.
VIA F40PH-3 6416 in the new 'Love the Way' scheme leads the westbound Canadian through Fabyan.
F40PH-3s 6416 and 6435 approach Highway 881 as they lead the westbound Canadian through Irma.