VIA 904 leads VIA 22 past MP 3 of CN's Montreal Sub on a sunny morning. Barely visible above VIA 904's exhaust is the clear signal for VIA 601/603, which will pass just after VIA 22.
VIA 904 leads VIA 22 past CN 7075 & CN 7229, which are waiting for it to pass before heading west and crossing over.
VIA 22 has three recently refurbished HEP cars in its consist as VIA 904 leads it past the Pointe St-Charles Yard.
After arriving from Ottawa, VIA 22 with VIA 6437 for power is shoving out of Central Station before wyeing on the Montreal Sub so that it can cross the Victoria Bridge on its way to its destinatio... (more)
Wrapped VIA 6437 is in charge of VIA 22.
Still wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th year anniversary (2018), VIA 6437 leads a 5-car VIA 22 past Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Wrapped VIA 6437 leads VIA 22 as it heads east on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub. In the background is the new Turcot interchange, with the old one largely demolished at this point.
VIA 900 leads VIA 22 over the Lachine Canal and will be in Central Station in five minutes. Behind the train is a recently erected bridge that will bring the rails of the REM light rail project ov... (more)
Class leader VIA 900 leads VIA 22 over the Lachine Canal.
Cranes are everywhere (for new condos, as well as for construction for the REM light rail project) as VIA 22 passes Wellington Tower as VIA 915 pushes the train towards Cape, where it will reverse... (more)
VIA 902 pushes VIA 22 over the mostly empty Peel Basin. At left is a new footbridge that Parks Canada had just put in place to replace an older one.
VIA 22 with VIA 6418 leading is passing Wellington Tower, just five minutes out from Central Station in Montreal.
VIA 916 leads VIA 22 over the Lachine Canal on a lovely summer morning.
The big 40. VIA 916 has a lager 'VIA 40' wrap on its long hood than other similarly wrapped VIA Rail P42DC's and here it leads VIA 22 over the Lachine Canal in Montreal.
VIA 22 is backing out of Central Station in Montreal with VIA 913 pushing.