The eastbound "Canadian" makes a station stop in downtown Hornepayne, ON.
VIA #2 makes its station stop at Saskatoon, taking on passengers, fuel and water.
The Eastbound Canadian approaches Wagaming
The westbound Ocean, VIA train 15, departs Halifax with a trio of F40PH-2Ds up front followed by 18 Renaissance cars and one stainless steel Park Car.
The eastbound Canadian sends a chill down my spine as it approaches at 70mph kicking up a fresh dusting of snow.
The westbound Ocean, VIA train 15, departs Halifax with a trio of units up front followed by 18 Renaissance cars and one stainless steel Park Car.
Combined VIA train 600/604, from Jonquière (unit 6451) and Senneterre (unit 6410), is heading to Montreal.
VIA 6451 is about to make its station stop at Dorval.
VIA 83 rockets out of Aldershot with a yellow-painted F40PH-2 in the lead.
Over the canal. VIA 6451 heads south out of Montreal's Central Station with VIA 6451 leading. It is crossing over the Lachine Canal.
Yep, this is Canada alright. Although the BNSF locomotives might mark this as a shot taken in the U.S., the presence of VIA 6451 at left (leading VIA 64 to its station stop at Dorval... (more)
The westbound Canadian speeds through Agate running about 5 hours late. Check out the toliet paper flying out of one of the coaches!
The classic "J" train rounds the bites the S curve in Newtonville. Seen to the right in the background is the freight of CN M30831 04, which would pass moments after the VIA.
VIA 6451, the latest rebuilt F40PH-2 to come out of CAD leads train 72 towards Toronto on the last mile of the Dundas Subdivision passing this year's spectacular fall colours
VIA Rail 6451 and 6437.