VIA 919 is pushing the consist of VIA 63 past the Peel Basin and Griffintown's condo towers into Montreal's Central Station.
A single HEP car on the tail end looks a bit out of place as VIA 63 deadheads towards Central Station.
Class leader VIA 900 leads VIA 63.
VIA 63 has F40s at each end as it heads towards its next stop at Dorval. It will cross to the South Track momentarily.
After spending some fruitless early-morning hours scouting the area, I went for a safe bet, the morning departure of VIA 63 to Toronto. Two GE P42DC (VIA 919 leading and VIA 914 at the tail end) w... (more)
This view on Montreal's Peel Basin is quickly changing as the old gantries from CN's former DC electrification just abave VIA 900 are now gone, and overhead wire is strung on the brand new REM lin... (more)
VIA 63 for Toronto is leaving Montreal's main station, well hidden in the dark lower floors of Place Bonaventure. VIA's F40PH 6427 is leading, with P42DC 918 bringing up the rear.
VIA 904 brings up the rear of VIA 63 as it passes a signal gantry and a sign with speed limits.
VIA 63 has wrapped GEs at both ends as it heads west through Beaconsfield.
VIA 63 to Toronto has VIA 910 for power and an Economy-only consist of HEP cars as it passes Peel Basin shortly after departing Montreal's Gare Centrale. The massive structure behind the tracks is... (more)
The engineer waves from VIA 910 as VIA 63 heads west with four HEP cars on a snowy morning.
Wrapped VIA 6402 leads VIA 63 past a parked CN B730.
VIA 63 passes aluminum cars stored on the Freight Track of CN's Montreal Sub and well cars stored on the Transfer Track.
VIA 63 crosses the Lachine Canal with VIA 6419 and four LRC cars. An ever increasing number of condos and hotels are visible in the background.
VIA 914 brings up the rear of a 5-car VIA 63.