VIA 63 for Toronto passes through thick snow.
This one's for Toronto. Revenue runs of VIA Rail's new Siemens trainsets had been limited to the Ottawa-Quebec City corridor until this past Thursday, when VIA 63 ran to Toronto with one. H... (more)
A fine September morning marks the first revenue run of a VIA Siemens Charger train set on the Montreal-Toronto assignment. SIIX 2203 is seen here leading VIA 63 around the curve at Pointe-Saint-C... (more)
Unwrapped VIA 915 pushes VIA 63 towards Central Station a bit before its 0855 departure.
VIA 63 has VIA 920 and five LRC cars as it passes a wall of condos by the Peel Basin.
Two trains have left Central Station nearly simultaneously, with VIA 63 ahead and an EXO deadhead move not too far behind.
VIA 63 has non-wrapped VIA 901 and five LRC cars as it passes the skyline of Montreal.
VIA 63 has a doubleheader for power as it passes the Peel Basin.
F40PH no. 6431 is pushing the 4-car LRC consist of corridor train no. 63 past the mostly conceiled Wellington tower and the drained Peel Basin of the Lachine Canal, towards Central Station.
VIA 63 out of Montreal is double-headed by F40PHs nos. 6411 and 6435 as is sets out to pass over the stripped former lift bridge crossing the Lachine Canal in front of the obscured Wellington towe... (more)
VIA 63 passes the snow-covered Peel Basin with VIA 6429 leading four LRC cars.
VIA 63 is kicking up freshly fallen snow as it heads west at track speed with wrap VIA 6437 leading.
The second day of the train from Montreal to Toronto is passing the Peel Basin with VIA 6428 and six LRC cars.
VIA Rail's GE P42DC no. 915 leads a 6-car LRC consist as VIA no. 63 past CN's Wellingston, ducking under the imposing concrete structure that carries the REM above and over to the south side of th... (more)
VIA 63 for Toronto has VIA 6409 and four LRC cars it passes the frozen Peel Basin.