Windsor, ON - Toronto, ON VIA Rail Canada train 70 makes a brief stop at the iconic Brantford station as CN train L58031 05 switches in the yard.
Blue plow. VIA 919 has an out place blue plow as it leads a very late VIA 65 pass two tracks worth of parked grain cars on a very cold afternoon, which caused signals to fail and crossovers... (more)
VIA 919 is pushing the consist of VIA 63 past the Peel Basin and Griffintown's condo towers into Montreal's Central Station.
VIA 669 has VIA 919 and six HEP cars as it passes the rebuilt Turcot Interchange.
After spending some fruitless early-morning hours scouting the area, I went for a safe bet, the morning departure of VIA 63 to Toronto. Two GE P42DC (VIA 919 leading and VIA 914 at the tail end) w... (more)
VIA 37 has VIA 919 and four HEP cars as it passes cars parked on Track 29 of CN's Montreal Sub. VIA 919 has a blue plow, whereas most of VIA's wrapped Genesis units have a darker plow.
VIA 67 is arriving at Dorval Station with VIA 919 and four LRC cars.
VIA 63 has VIA 919 and VIA 6412 up front, with VIA 906 on the tail end.
VIA P42DC 919 travels west on the Kingston Sub with Montreal to Toronto train #63.
VIA 65 is comprised of VIA 919, one HEP baggage car and five LRC cars as it approaches Coteau Station at track speed, next to no VIA trains stop here.
VIA 919 is pushing VIA 37 over the Lachine Canal. Soon the train will wye on the Victoria Bridge and continues it journey towards Ottawa.
VIA 919 departs from Brockville on Toronto to Ottawa train #50.
VIA 919 travels north on the Brockville Sub with Toronto to Ottawa train #44.
Past Wellington Tower. VIA 919 pushes deadheading VIA 63 towards Montreal's Central station and past the out of use Wellington Tower.
VIA 919 pushes a deadhead movement towards Montreal's Central Station.