VIA 65 is comprised of VIA 919, one HEP baggage car and five LRC cars as it approaches Coteau Station at track speed, next to no VIA trains stop here.
Wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th anniversary, VIA 914 leads VIA 65 past the Pointe St-Charles Yard, including a pair of GP9's working the yard (CN 4135 & CN 7226).
VIA 6438 leads VIA 65 past the CN Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th anniversary, VIA 914 leads VIA 65 past the Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th anniversary, VIA 914 pushes seven Budd cars as VIA 65 backs up towards Central Station in Montreal.
No longer stranded in Churchill. Wrapped unit VIA 6402 was stranded in Churchill for much of 2017 (along with an entire trainset) due to flooding of the rail line that leads to Churchill in... (more)
VIA 65 has VIA 905 leading four LRC cars as it crosses over.
Past a wall of stacks. VIA 65 with VIA 906 and 5 LRC cars is passing CN 149.
Crossing over. VIA 65 is crossing over from the north track to the south track of CN's Montreal Sub with VIA 905 leading four LRC cars.
VIA 65 is only about fifteen minutes out of Central Station but is already two and a half hours late as VIA 915 leads five LRC cars through Montreal West.
Stacks and a VIA train by the skyline. The lead unit of VIA 65 (VIA 907) is seen between containers heading east on CN 120, as both pass through the Pointe St-Charles neighbourhood of Montr... (more)
VIA Rail Canada F40PH-3 #6416 in charge of westbound train 65 from Montréal, QC to Toronto, ON crossing the Ganaraska River bridge on Canadian National rails.
VIA 65 with wrapped VIA 913 and a wrapped car (that lists Montreal on its side, along with Sarnia, Winnipeg & Alexandria) passes the Pointe St-Charles Yard, where a trio of GP9's (CN 7226, CN 7054... (more)
VIA 6443 departs from Brockville with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
VIA F40PH-3 6454 arrives at Brockville with Montreal to Toronto train #65.