After turning on the wye, the 'Chaleur', with VIA F40PH-2 6424 on the point, is ready for its westbound return trip from Gaspe. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http:... (more)
In the dome of the "Park" car on the eastbound 'Ocean Limited'. St. Lambert, QC. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info/
Looking rearward from the "Park" car on the eastbound 'Ocean Limited'. Matapedia, QC. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info/
VIA Rail's 17-car 'Ocean Limited' after arrival at Halifax Union Station, led by F40PH #6437 & with both Renaissance equipment & a stainless steel "Park" car at the end. The day before, the consis... (more)
Canadian Pacific operated the only three E8A's 1800, 1801, 1802.
The eastbound Ocean waits to depart Truro enroute Halifax. CN 6401 will be stuck at the station for awhile.
VIA 11 from Mont-Joli stopped at Lévis,this train was abandonned in Jan 90 and the track is now a bike trail.
By the time I got back to Canada in 1976, the Atlantic Limited had lost the mail cotract and was cut back to a handfull of cars and one unit.
Atlantic Limited # 42 is ready to leave Windsor Station and I am the only rider in the domes so far. On the left hand side you can see the top of the terminal switcher.
The Atlantic Limited is on the last two hours of the overnight trip to Montreal as it stops at Magog. The locals called this train the Halifax because it connected with a ferry at St. John that co... (more)
CN #11 makes it's stop at Levis, with Chateau Frontenac looming in the background on the Quebec City side of the St Lawrence River.
VIA's stainless steel Chaleur consist crossing high above the beach at St. Therese amid Mother Nature's inventive Gaspe' weather at 11:29.
VIA no 15, the OCEAN, is being fuelled at the Moncton station, during its stop. Unit 6408, with the 'Spiderman 2' paintscheme is leaiding the 'Renaissance' set
The VIA 'CHALEUR' is about to leave the Gaspé station for Montreal. The usual winter consist for the CHALEUR is one locomotive, a baggage car, a coach, a SKYLINE car and 2 sleepers
It is snowing again as VIA Rail train 15 takes on passengers and fuel. This train normally uses two F40ph's.