About 11 miles north of Cartier, Straight Lake and the remote siding of Stralak are home only to a seasonal hunting lodge and are a flag-stop on Via Rail's Sudbury-White River passenger service, s... (more)
After crossing over from the yard and Nickle the Budd Car heads towards the downtown Station for its 0900 departure.
After making a zig zag off the Nickle Sub, the Budd Car makes its run towards the downtown station
The Budd RDC-4 railcar #9250 is making a brief stop at the Sudbury station during a nice day in May 1981. To my understanding, this railcar has been built only to haul mail and baggage and was not... (more)
The VIA Rail Sudbury to White River Budd Car makes a stop at Cartier to pick up a huge crowd of people. Many American tourist's from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana looking to head into Ontario's back... (more)
Back in May Windsor hosted the Memorial Cup which our Spitfires ended up winning. During the tournament VIA took school students to and from the WFCU Center while giving them lessons on rail safet... (more)
VIA RDC-4 6250 along with RDC-2s 6217 and 6219 come off of the service tracks and wait to cross onto the north main at Sudbury. They will then proceed to the station in preparation for their morni... (more)
Two fairly unique models in the same consist: the lead RDC-4, and the RDC-9 third unit
VIA RDC-4 6250 along with RDC-2s 6217 and 6219 depart from Sudbury on train #185 to White River.
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
A non-passenger RDC. Preserved at Exporail, CP 9250 is an RDC-4, built only for hauling mail and baggage and no passengers.
Ex CP, Ex VIA RDC-4 #9250 at Exporail.
VIA RDC-4 6250 along with RDC-2s 6219 and 6217 proceed to the station in Sudbury in preparation for their morning departure with train #185 to White River.
A pair of rebuild Budd RDCs depart Jasper on their maiden voyage to Prince Rupert.