The power for VIA train 2, the eastbound Canadian, is backing onto their train at Vancouver's Pacific Central Station. Today’s train has VIA FP9 1413 (ex-CP 1413), F9B 1962 (ex-CP 4474, ... (more)
Rode the Canadian from Vancouver to Banff in August 1987. An on time arrival at Field and a crew change allowed time for some picture taking outside.
VIA Rail’s eastbound Canadian curves along the shore of Brule Lake at Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 13, 2013. EMD F40PH-3 Nos. 6427 and 6410 power the 21-car streamliner eastbound on Canadian N... (more)
Jasper, AB briefly becomes a busy little town when the east and westbound versions of The Canadian meet there. On this chilly summer day, eastbound #2 was led by one of VIA's "Kool-Aid" br... (more)
VIA Rail No. 2, the eastbound Canadian, arrives at Jasper, Alberta, on July 18, 2011, with dome-observation “Kokanee Park” on the rear of the train.
VIA Rail No. 2, the eastbound Canadian, curves past C.P. Home as it arrives at Jasper, Alberta, on July 18, 2011. Leading the train is VIA EMD F40PH-3, No. 6458, with the second unit being EMD F40... (more)
VIA Rail’s eastbound “Canadian” rolls through “Robertson’s Curve” at Swan Landing, Alberta, on Canadian National’s Edson Subdivision on July 20, 2011.
The eastbound Canadian leaves Revelstoke.
The eastbound Canadian crosses the Columbia River east of Revelstoke.
Snowshed and tunnel east of Field.
Eastbound Canadian in winter landscape.
Via 2, "The Canadian" streaks through the night as it crosses over the Harrison River a couple hours out of Vancouver, on it's way to Toronto.
F40PH-3 6418 leads eastbound VIA Rail train No 2, the Canadian, through Ardrossan.
VIA Rail’s “Canadian” sits at the ststion and service stop at Jasper, Alberta, on July 13, 2013. Dome-observation “Banff Park” carries the markers on today’s eastbound train. These &q... (more)