VIA Rail's Budd Cars get a drink before making their station stop at Chapleau, ON.
In a common scene at White River, a passenger and one of the train's engineers unload a canoe out of the RDC-4 baggage door.
VIA RDC-4 6250 brings up the rear of 85V-17 heading into Sultan.
The Sudbury-White River Budd cars speed west on the Cartier Sub approaching Levack.
Arriving at its destination passengers detrain from the Sudbury to White River budd car.
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 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)
The Sudbury to White River VIA loads passengers at Sudbury Station ready for an on-time departure at 9:00 a.m.
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)
VIA RDC-4 6250 along with RDC-2s 6217 and 6219 depart from Sudbury on train #185 to White River.
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.
Commonly referred to by locals as the (singular) Budd car, VIA 186 makes a brief station stop at Cartier before quickly running off the last few miles into Sudbury.
Waiting for the morning departure to the Nickel City.