VIA 64 is seen passing CN 321, with the congested Turcot interchange in the background. The latter has steel beams in gondolas, a common commodity on this train.
VIA 64 is approaching the Turcot interchange with wraps from two builders at each end.
'love the way' VIA Rail's newest slogan is on the long hood of VIA 909 as it pushes VIA 64 eastwards.
VIA 6412 brings up the rear of VIA 64 as it passes the fairly new signal bridge at Turcot Ouest.
VIA Rail GE P42DC 906 in original as delivered dark blue/yellow/gray paint scheme at Belleville, Ontario in June 27, 2002.
VIA 918 casts a partial reflection in the Lachine Canal as it pushes VIA 64 towards its final destination of Central Station in Montreal. Up front is another P42DC wrapped for VIA's 40th anniversa... (more)
VIA 905 brings up the rear of VIA 64 as it passes Wellington Tower.
VIA 6417 is on the tail end of VIA 64 as it crosses the Lachine Canal.
Wrapped VIA 6437 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal five minutes before it reaches its terminus of Central Station in Montreal.
VIA 917 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal just a bit south of Montreal's Central Station.
VIA 906 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal, close to its terminus of Central Station in Montreal.
VIA 905 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal as it approaches Wellington Tower. The train is running just a bit late, as always seems to be the case with this train.
Into Montreal with a wrapped leader. VIA 64 is nearly into Montreal's Central Station as it crosses the Lachine Canal at CN Wellington with VIA 906 leading. VIA 906 is wrapped for Canada's ... (more)
64 races along the Kingston Sub with stainless steel coaches in tow.
Yep, this is Canada alright. Although the BNSF locomotives might mark this as a shot taken in the U.S., the presence of VIA 6451 at left (leading VIA 64 to its station stop at Dorval... (more)