VIA Rail No. 5, the “Skeena” zips through Geikie, Alberta, on September 18, 2002. Lone EMD F40PH-2 No. 6444 pulls the 5-car train westbound on Canadian National’s Albreda Subdivision over Yellowhe... (more)
VIA Rail’s train No. 5, the Skeena, on the left, passes train No. 2, the Canadian, on the station track at Jasper, Alberta, on September 18, 2002. The Skeena is heading for the wye to turn the ent... (more)
VIA's "Canadian" departs Rivers for Winnipeg.
VIA's eastbound Canadian departs Rivers for Winnipeg. The second unit is still painted up in the Coors scheme.
Pictured here, VIA train 73 coasts around the curve just before diverging onto the Dundas Sub on its way to Windsor. 6444 would be wrecked only a week later on train 92 to Toronto, which killed th... (more)
VIA Rail F40PH-3 6444 and 6433.
As an all renaissance engine lashup is backing up at the central station, cyclists are enjoying summers finest weather on the Lachine canal bike path. The CN control tower on the laft has been sol... (more)
VIA Rail 6444 and 6439.
Lead unit on VIA Rail train #14 is recently-rebuilt 6444 with 6443.
VIA 6444 idles at Jasper station with the Skeena.
The westbound "International" with VIA power and an Amtrak consist slows for the Durand stop, conductor ready at the door. Interminable delays at the Sarnia-Port Huron border crossing after 9/11 ... (more)
Via's westbound Canadian is just minutes from a stop at Jasper.
VIA 6444 prepares for departure toward Montreal during a heavy late winter snow storm in 2001.