Westbound 57 with Telus mobility painted 6429 and 5 stainless steel Budd built cars in an early April blizzard in South-East Ontario
VIA's Canadian #2 passes Summit Lake, just west of Stephen, near the Continental Divide.
The hh special decorated.
VIA 6429, in "Home Hardware" paintscheme, lays over in Kingston and will be the power for Kingston-Toronto train 651 the next day. Flash lighting by Gary Zuters.
The Telus engine returned an empty train to Toronto at the end of a very unusual parade of Eastbounds on the normally quiet Guelph sub.
VIA's F40PH-2 number 6429 has just been painted lime green for a promotional paint scheme for Telus, a canadian Telco. Decals will be applied a few days after this photograph was taken.
VIA 6429, is in green and Telus livery promoting Vancouver's 2010 olympic bid. Telus is one of the large Canadian phone and cellular providers.
VIA 6429 is in Telus livery (a telephone company similiar to Bell Canada) en-route to Toronto from Montreal with 5 stainless steel cars in tow. This is during a rare April snowfall.