In a pretty rare event, 5 VIA Rail F40PH-3s are on the point of a VIA train, albeit an equipment deadhead.
A Via Rail Canada deadhead equipment move heads into Jasper for a crew change. Via hasn't had a revenue "Canadian" run in these parts for quite some time.
VIA F40PH-3s 6442, 6441, 6454, 6449 and 6455 lead a 25 coach Toronto-Vancouver deadhead move west on the Edson Sub at Henry House.
VIA Rail train 14 the Ocean with in the lead F40PH-3 6438 and 6445 in a special scheme for the Coors Light Silver Bullet Express heading east near Bathurst, N.B.
VIA 35 Quebec City to Montreal with P42DC 904 at Drummondville, Quebec.
VIA F40PH-3s 6453, 6456 and 6459 have just departed Jasper with a deadhead equipment move from Vancouver-Toronto in tow.
On November 18, VIA #6 sustained significant damage to its lead unit (VIA 6455) from a large fallen tree at Lucas, BC. On November 20, VIA Rail dispatched a “Hospital Train” out of Vancouver, BC t... (more)
VIA 35 makes its station stop at Dorval.
VIA Rail’s Jasper to Prince Rupert train skirts Moose Lake, Britsh Columbia, while heading west on Canadian National’s Albreda Subdivision on July 17, 2013. Trailing the short streamliner is class... (more)
VIA Rail’s Jasper to Prince Rupert passenger train once known as the “Skeena” zips through Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 17, 2013.
VIA 20 Montreal-Quebec City daily, with P42DC 915.
VIA 42 Toronto to Ottawa daily with P42DC 918 arriving Smiths Falls, Ontario on the VIA Rail Brockville Subdivision.
VIA 8716 "Tweedsmuir Park" Dome-Observation, built for CP 10/1954.
VIA 35 has a mixed LRC/HEP consist as VIA 915 leads it towards its next stop at Dorval.
VIA 67 is leaving Dorval after making it station stop.