VIA One departs Hornepayne after a 45 minute station stop ; trailing are three deadhead coaches, the LRC extremly rare beyond the Quebec City - Windsor corridor
VIA 1 approaches Hornepayne with three deadhead coaches upfront
Via 1 accepts the signal at Wicksteed
VIA's "Canadian" running several hours late heads through southwest Winnipeg enroute to Rivers and points west.
Westbound No 1 departs downtown Winnipeg right on schedule.
Banff Park brings up the rear of No 1 as it heads through Grant's Cut and into Rivers.
VIA 6425 leads westbound No 1 into Rivers.
VIA 6432 leads No 2 into Rivers late in the afternoon.
VIA 6438 leads the westbound "Canadian" through Elie.
Westbound No 1 passes through Oakville right on schedule.
VIA's "Canadian" heads for Winnipeg and points east.
VIA Rail Canada's westbound "Canadian" speeds towards Jasper, AB for its next station stop.
VIA Rail’s train No. 2, the eastbound Canadian, pauses at the station and service stop of Jasper, Alberta, on July 13, 2013.
Via Rail 6312 and the Canadian at the Vancouver passenger station.
The Super Continental glides west along the Thompson River north of Kamloops nearing its station stop and crew change at North Kamloops. the train features a former Milwaukee Road Super Dome once ... (more)