Only on the longest days does VIA 38 from Toronto get some last daylight when coming in to Montreal, here crossing the Lachine Canal over the former lift bridge and past CN's Wellington Tower.
VIA 22 from Ottawa is passing a pair of signals at MP 3 of CN's Montreal Sub.
The combined VIA Rail Abitibi and Saguenay are passing Pointe-Saint-Charles yard to ender the Montreal subdivision, which they will follow for a few miles before turning North through Taschereau y... (more)
Overlooking the South-Eastern part of Senneterre, VIA Rail's Abitibi no. 606 is boarding frieght and passengers for the Sunday-morning departure of the 440 mile journey to Montreal.
VIA Rail's Abitibi, lead by F40PH no. 6419, is rounding the West end of the wye at Pointe-Saint-Charles, on the first leg of its day-long journey to Quebecs remote Abitibi region. A pair of GP40-2... (more)
The engineer climbs back aboard his F40PH no. 6419 to continue eastbound after a quick stop at Parent, on VIA Rail's Sunday Abitibi no. 606 from Senneterre to Montreal.
VIA Rail's Abitibi pauses at Parent, a small settlement along CN's remote Saint-Maurice subdivision, to deliver mostly groceries that were loaded a few hours earlier in La Tuque.
VIA Rail's Abitibi from Montreal to Senneterre in northern Quebec reached its destination in the late evening hours, with the light from baggage car no. 8622 casted onto the snowy platform.
VIA Rail's Sunday-morning Abitibi (no. 606) is lined up at Senneterre for the 9.28 departure of the 440 mile run to Montréal.
VIA's F40PH no. 6419 leads a short 4-car LRC consist as train no. 67 over Montreal's frozen Lachine Canal with final destination Toronto.
Turning the Quebec-Montreal-Ottawa corridor trains in Montreal can be cumbersome and time consuming: This Quebec to Ottawa train came in over the Victoria bridge and entered Central through the le... (more)
Via train 37 on the Montreal-Ottawa route. The intercity train was 30 minutes late because of a factory strike crowd disrupting nearby railroad in Pointe-Saint-Charles.
VIA 63 crosses the Lachine Canal with VIA 6419 and four LRC cars. An ever increasing number of condos and hotels are visible in the background.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is waiting to leave the Turcot Holding Spur as VIA 35 passes with VIA 6419 leading.
Frosty VIA 6419 brings up the rear of VIA 62 as it approaches a clear signal near Turcot Ouest.