61 blasts through some fresh power in the countryside of Port Hope, ON.
61 coasts along the shoreline of Lake Ontario as it departs Port Hope on a blistery January morning. To the left is the ESS Port Hope of CP's Belleville Subdivision.
With the holidays coming up, VIA 6429 & VIA 6427 lead a longer than usual VIA 61 as the engineer climbs back into the lead engine at Dorval Station on a stormy day. In the background a large crowd... (more)
VIA 6424 is in charge of VIA 61 heading west during a snowstorm. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
61 bites the 90 MPH curve at Lovekin doing every bit of the 95 MPH speed limit.
61 rounds the classic Lovekin curve with 6 stainless coaches in tow.
VIA 61 rounds the curve at Newtonville Rd amidst the last rays of sunlight.
VIA 6451 rolls 61's train though Lovekin on a rare clear winter's afternoon. 1550hrs.
With both LRC and stainless steel coaches and a "Spider Man" unit on the tail end VIA #61 is an odd looking passenger train as it leaves the Montreal skyline behind on its way to Toronto.
VIA 61 flies through Coteau West on its way to Toronto with a mixed consist of LRC and stainless steel coaches. A second P42DC is on the rear helping push the train to speeds in excess of 90 mph.... (more)
VIA 902 flies through Coteau at 100MPH and will meet CN 329 at the Coteau yard.
VIA P42DC 900 leads VIA 61 westwards at 100 MPH (167 Km/h) towards Union Station with 6 LRC coaches
VIA 900 does all of the 100MPH allowed thru Rouge Hill Ontario.