VIA 62 is kicking up some snow as it approaches a new set of signals a bit further ahead.
Snow-covered VIA 916 brings up the rear of VIA 62 as it departs Dorval Station.
Frosty VIA 6419 brings up the rear of VIA 62 as it approaches a clear signal near Turcot Ouest.
'Do You Want to Build a Snowman?' A pair of station attendants have just completed a snowman as they greet the arriving VIA 62 at the end of a snowstorm.
VIA 905 brings up the rear of VIA 62 as it heads east. Up front is VIA 904.
VIA 62 kicks up the snow as it heads east with VIA 916 and five LRC cars.
VIA 62 is comprised of VIA 914 and 4 LRC cars as it heads east on CN's Montreal Sub.
VIA 6411 is on the rear of VIA 62, which is makings its station stop at Dorval Station. Up front is VIA 912.
VIA 6407 brings up the rear of VIA 62. Up front is a wrapped P42DC.
VIA 917 leads VIA 62 over the Lachine Canal on a hot and humid afternoon in Montreal.
VIA 6428 leads VIA 62 over the Lachine Canal.
Just after CN 528's head end passed on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub, VIA 62 with VIA 911 leading passes on the south track on a snowy afternoon.
'Canada 150' markings removed. VIA 906 (with its 'Canada 150' markings now removed) leads a slightly late VIA 62 over the frozen Lachine Canal.
Gone from this one. VIA Rail has started to remove 'Canada 150' markings from rolling stock, as has happened with VIA 6437 (one of five F40's to feature a Canada 150 wrap). It is seen here ... (more)
VIA 62 arriving at Dorval