100% rebuilt cars. VIA 72 has 5 rebuilt LRC cars (none of them wrapped for Canada 150 celebrations) trailing wrapped VIA 913 as it heads east on the Oakville Sub in Toronto.
Eastbound lunchtime VIA leans into the curve on the way to it's next stop at Brantford and then onwards to Toronto.
Eastbound VIA 72 arrives at the station on its journey from Windsor to Toronto.
The eastbound lunchtime VIA prepares to stop at the station passing CN GP9 4130 that is switching on the yard.
The lunchtime VIA races east. The second of the LRC coaches has been repainted to celebrate Canada's anniversary.
The eastbound VIA from Windsor to Toronto speeds through Princeton and onwards to the next stop at Brantford.
Lunchtime eastbound VIA seen five minutes before reaching it's next stop at Brantford.
VIA 72 passes over the Grand River at Paris, Ontario.
A late running VIA 72 is sandwiched between CN 394 and CN 332 coming down the hill on the Dundas Subdivision.
VIA 72 races past the container loads on CN 148.
VIA 72 rolls down the Dundas Subdivision only two minutes off the scheduled time.
VIA 72 rolls into Woodstock Station which is less than a hundred yards behind the photographer.
"Oh deer!" VIA 72 zips through Ingersoll Ontario with the remnants of what appear to be a rather juicy dear splattered all over it's pilot and stuck in it's coupler.
The class unit for VIA-ordered P42s rounds off the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision with six Budd cars trailing.
VIA 906 brings train 72 off the Dundas Subdivision with a nice consist of stainless steel equipment snaking through the interlocking behind it.