Snow-covered VIA 6406 leads VIA 34 from Ottawa around a curve as it heads east.
VIA 34 with VIA 920 and four HEP cars crosses the Lachine Canal on a snowy afternoon in Montreal. In the background, preparatory work for the REM (Réseau express métropolitain) light rail project ... (more)
VIA Rail has started to remove 'Canada 150' markings from rolling stock, but it still appears on VIA 903. It is seen here leading VIA 34, kicking up the snow with seven Renaissance cars in tow.
VIA 34 with VIA 917 leading is eastbound over the Lachine Canal, with QGRY detour move CN F900 also eastbound beside it.
Blowing through the snow at 92 MPH. VIA 34 from Ottawa is kicking up the snow on CN's Kingston Sub in Beaconsfield not too long after passing the hotbox detector at MP 17.5 at 92 MPH.
VIA 34 passing over Lachine cana bridge,few miles away for it's final stop..
Setting sun reflecting on the decals of empty VIA 34. Train is deadheading to the MMC before taking on the road again.
VIA 34 has dropped off it's passengers and is backing up to the MMC. In the foreground is one of the Lachine canal's locks.
Entering the central train station (Bonaventure) while cyclists roll by. My shadow is also visible at the bottom of picture...
VIA 34 ready to leave to Montreal.
Heading towards Montreal with a complete Renaissance car set.
Pulling out of Ottawa. Destination: Montreal.
VIA 918 leading Renaissance equipment out of Ottawa. My first black-and-white attempt! ;)
Heading to Montreal as VIA 34 very shortly.