The elements continue to take a toll on VIA 6510 and consist on static display at the Kaministiquia River Heritage Park. Meanwhile in the background wayfreight 421 plays peek a boo making a set of... (more)
Time is taking it's toll on VIA 6510 on static display. Since VIA stopped going through Thunder Bay in 1990, this is the only way to see a VIA train here.
It's blue light hour at Boston Bar, BC and the Super Continental has arrived for its station stop and head end crew change. A CN caboose shows off its markers in the background and two other westb... (more)
Former VIA/CN FP9 6510 on static display at the Kaministiquia River Heritage Park in Thunder Bay.
The Super Continental makes its station stop and crew change at Boston Bar, BC following a two day snow storm that closed Highway 1 and caused some delays in rail service. This train however was p... (more)
The first snow of winter covers VIA 6510 on static display in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Via 6510 on static display in Thunder Bay.
She used to ride the rails from coast to coast, but now she stands on static display beside Dock St, along Thunder Bay's harbour front.
ex-VIA 6510, 12/1994; nee CN 6510 (3/1978) - Blt 12/1954
Another year almost finished, and another winter approaching for retired FP9 6510. Kama River Park has been its home for the past few years, with very little attention or care to this historic spe... (more)
VIA 6510 on static display at the Kama River Park along side the Kaministiquia River in southern Thunder Bay. The term "preserved" is no longer appropriate for this tired F-unit, as almost 2 decad... (more)
Retired VIA train on static display in Thunder Bay.
On static display in Thunder Bay, this FP9 is no more likely to pull away on it's own power than the truck on the building behind it.
Westbound train from Toronto to Windsor