The westbound VIA arrives from Toronto on its way to London. About to stop to collect passengers.
A classic VIA F40PH-2 in yellow leads seven stainless steel coaches out of Aldershot Station.
Westbound VIA #75 on way from Toronto to Windsor arrives at Brantford Station. The conductor is leaving the cab of VIA 6438 to remove checked- in luggage from the baggage car.
Toronto - Windsor train 75 makes its scheduled station stop at Brantford.
VIA 905 leads train 75 under Waterdown Road with a stainless steel consist in tow. This trainset will become the next days' train 70 out of Windsor.
VIA 75 accelerates out of Aldershot Station for points westward to Windsor.
A rather rare and kind of hot consist accelerates train 75 out of Aldershot on time. VIA 915 and 6457 look good with matching paint schemes.
A westbound VIA train emerges from under the flyover at the throat of Toronto Union Station and begins its journey in earnest, dwarfed by its surroundings and surrounded by construction.
VIA 75 rockets out of Aldershot while a pair of GO trains sit in the pocket and track three laying over. Visible is an L10L train set on T3.
VIA 75 throttles up out of Aldershot with 903 on the point.
FPA4 6790 leads an F9B and another FPA4 on #75 as it negotiates the curves at Paris. Despite outward appearances, this train is now operating under the VIA banner.
VIA 6406 accelerates train 75 out of Aldershot Station while CN 2289 works the lead to prepare an extra 567 to Port Robinson with a string of multis and mixed freight.
After completing the required station stop at Aldershot, VIA 908 is in charge of train 75 with 6 cars for the next stop at Brantford further west on the Dundas Subdivision.
VIA 6427 exits Aldershot Station with train 75 in tow.
VIA 6455, partnered with an original F40PH-2, brings an extended train 75 out of Aldershot.