Reflecting on Saturday morning. VIA 906 (P42DC) leads train of former LRC coaches out of Montreal's Central Station (Gare Central) on the morning of Saturday, August 25, 2018. Peel Basin was form... (more)
VIA Rail GE P42DC 906 in original as delivered dark blue/yellow/gray paint scheme at Belleville, Ontario in June 27, 2002.
'Canada 150' markings removed. VIA 906 (with its 'Canada 150' markings now removed) leads a slightly late VIA 62 over the frozen Lachine Canal.
Past a wall of stacks. VIA 65 with VIA 906 and 5 LRC cars is passing CN 149.
VIA 906 leads VIA 69 over the Lachine Canal, with the out of use swing bridge formerly used by CN freights to access the Port of Montreal locked in position at left.
VIA 906 travels west on the Smiths Falls Subdivision with Ottawa to Toronto train #45.
VIA 906 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal, close to its terminus of Central Station in Montreal.
Into Montreal with a wrapped leader. VIA 64 is nearly into Montreal's Central Station as it crosses the Lachine Canal at CN Wellington with VIA 906 leading. VIA 906 is wrapped for Canada's ... (more)
Wrapped unit VIA 906 leads VIA 37
VIA 906 travels west on the Smiths Falls Subdivision with Ottawa to Toronto train #47.
7 stainless steel cars. VIA 906 leads 7 stainless steel cars as it leads VIA 63 through St-Henri.
VIA 906 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 west on the Smiths Falls Subdivision.
VIA 906 passes through the village of Jasper with Ottawa to Toronto train #47.
A little too cold for sitting out on a bench. VIA 906 leads VIA 30 from Fallowfield over the frozen Lachine Canal and Peel Basin on a cold morning. At this time of year, I don't think the b... (more)