VIA Rail train No. 1 curves into Swan Landing around Robertson’s Curve near Brule, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 13, 2014. Trailing the 21-car stainless steel streamliner is dome-observation (... (more)
Gracefully curving around Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta, is VIA train No. 1, the westbound Canadian, on July 13, 2014. Trailing the 21-car train is dome-observation (and sl... (more)
Seemingly gliding through the sky: Following up the rear of VIA Rail’s train No. 2, the eastbound Canadian, are sleepers Rogers Manor and Dunsmuir Manor, with the 1954 Budd-built dome-observation ... (more)
VIA's "Canadian" departs Winnipeg for Rivers and points west.
An iconic train arriving over five hours late, VIA #2 deadheads into the TMC with VIA 8715 the "Tremblant Park" car bringing up the rear on a snowy afternoon at Mimico. Later on the same evening, ... (more)
The Tremblant Park car brings up the markers on the eastbound Canadian as it departs Jasper. Nothing like seeing a classic stainless steel passenger consist complete with vista domes and a rear ob... (more)