The engineer looks overs his train as it boards passengers at Dorval.
VIA 35 is heading west with VIA 6404 and six LRC cars just after meeting counterpart VIA 34.
VIA 35 has VIA 6412 and six LRC cars as it heads west through Pointe-Claire.
VIA 35 is not too far from finishing its run as it approaches the Ramsayville Road crossing just a bit outside of Ottawa, with VIA 902, two LRC cars and four HEP cars.
VIA 35 with wrapped VIA 6416 and unwrapped VIA 6414 for power crosses the Lachine Canal, with a wrapped LRC car first out.
VIA 35 consists of VIA 6434 and four LRC cars as it heads west through Pointe-Claire.
Stranded in Churchill for much of 2017, VIA 6402 is seen here earning its keep as it is stopped at Dorval Station with VIA 35.
VIA 6442 leads VIA 35 through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
A slightly late VIA 35 is leaving Dorval Station with VIA 6459 leading.
Some ice has formed along the shore of the Richelieu River on the second day in a row that Quebec has had well below freezing temperatures, as VIA 35 crosses the river with VIA 6445 leading a mixe... (more)
VIA 35 from Quebec City is nearly into Montreal's Central Station as it passes Pointe St-Charles Yard on an elevated portion of the St-Hyacinthe Sub. After disembarking and boarding passengers the... (more)
One of a kind wrap trailing. A late VIA 35 is splitting the signals just east of Ottawa Station with the only VIA first class car to be wrapped, in a unique scheme (VIA 3476).
VIA 6405 has a bit of snow on its nose and plow as it leads VIA 35 west through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
VIA 35 just leaved Montreal,going to Ottawa
While VIA 910 is leaving for the "Gare Centrale", 914 is getting prepared for it's trip in a few hours. Ex- Pointe St-Charles CN shops and Montreal skyline in background.