VIA Rail P42DC #915 in regular VIA paint scheme is flanked by VIA Rail P42DC #916 in Canada 150 paint, and the front (albeit non-locomotive) end of a GO train with control car #334, all ready to s... (more)
The VIA Rail station at Qualicum Beach BC sits quietly in the morning mist. It hasn't seen a passenger train for 2.5 years. There is promise of service resuming in the future, sometime...
No. 2 sits on the turntable (yes, really, it's only about 5 feet long) outside the shed before the first run of the day.
Locomotive #219, originally Temiskaming & Northern Ontario, sold to Normetal (1938), repurchased by Ontario Northland with intention of restoring for excursion service but left to rot for 30 years... (more)
Preparing for a 7am departure back to Sudbury, VIA 6250 (and 6219 behind) sit at the White River station about 20 minutes before sunrise.
8-second, f/22 exposure
VIA train #185 preparing to depart Sudbury Ontario for White River Ontario. The RDC-2 behind is #6219
CP 8776 (with CP 9736 halfway back) takes a auto / container train east through Marathon.
CP 8818 and CP 9812 leaving CP yard in Thunder Bay heading west towards Winnipeg with a double-stack train.
CP8812 leads CP5906 uphill out of London Ontario past the old Canadian Pacific station (now a Keg Steakhouse restaurant) in the snow.