Eastbound Via with its classic looking train rounds "Robertson’s Curve" at Brule, Alberta. Brule Lake is formed by the Athabaska River on the edge of Jasper National Park.
VIA F40PH-3s 6434 and 6442 hustle 25 cars of the eastbound "Canadian" east towards Henry House on CN's Edson Subdivision.
The Canadian at Wagaming
Eastbound "Canadian" speeds through Green at 70mph. Big bugs go splat all over the front of the locomotive.
VIA F40PH-3s 6414 and 6431 depart from Wainwright with eastbound VIA Rail train No 2, the Canadian.
VIA Rail 6457 stands at the head of The Canadian in preparation for an eastbound departure from Jasper, Alberta.
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.
In a somewhat rare occurrence, VIA #2 speeds through Redpass after traversing the Robson Sub from just east of Valemount. Normally eastbound trains will use the shorter and less steep Albreda Sub ... (more)
VIA #1 kicks up some snow at English, racing CN M347 into Jasper.
Running an hour early at 2:00 p.m., VIA train No. 2 flies by at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. The 20-car streamliner has the usual classy Budd-built Park-series dome-observation ... (more)
The Eastbound Canadian approaches Wagaming
The eastbound Canadian sends a chill down my spine as it approaches at 70mph kicking up a fresh dusting of snow.
The Eastbound Canadian flies crosses over the Mud River