The winter of 2019 has been a total gong show for CN between Winnipeg and Edmonton so far. With extreme cold (train line air issues) hampering operations day after day. The delays have thrown the ... (more)
Via 72 heads through Bayview on a "clear to stop" indication as M396 peaks around the corner, about to accept a clear signal and pass Via 72.
Running several hours late straight out of Toronto, the westbound Canadian runs through the siding at Minataree to advance to Lamaune for the meet making up some time.
A slightly late VIA 69 crosses the Lachine Canal and passes Wellington Tower with VIA 6443 for power.
VIA Rail F40PH-2 6443, with VIA F9B 6621 (ex-CN) on train 14 the Ocean.
About 75 minutes before its 1545 departure time from Central Station, VIA 67 backs up with VIA 6443 pushing the train over the Lachine Canal. At left is the out of use CN swing bridge.
One of a kind wrap trailing. A late VIA 35 is splitting the signals just east of Ottawa Station with the only VIA first class car to be wrapped, in a unique scheme (VIA 3476).
VIA 6443 departs from Brockville with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
VIA 6443 passes through Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #60.
VIA 6443 lead VIA 25
A pair of F40's and 7 stainless steel cars. VIA 63 is leaving Montreal with a pair of F40's for power, trailed by 7 stainless steel cars as it passes Wellington Tower.
VIA F40PH-3s 6443 and 6408 travel west on the Kingston Sub with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
VIA 6443 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 onto the Brockville Sub at Smiths Falls.
VIA 6443 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 south on the Brockville Subdivision.
Over the old lift bridge. VIA 30 from Ottawa is 15 minutes late as it crosses the Lachine Canal in Montreal on another snowy morning. In the foreground is the snow-covered Peel Basin