With CN 368 heading east at right, VIA 635 with VIA 6405 leading arrives at Dorval Station.
VIA 6405 brings up the rear of VIA 633 as it makes its station stop at Dorval. At the front of this Ottawa train is VIA 914.
Eastbound VIA Rail F40PH-3 6405, 6407 and 6452 with train 14, The Ocean, leaving Bathurst VIA Station.
VIA Rail F40PH-3 6405, 6407, 6452 leading train 14 "The Ocean" at MP107 near Bathurst N.B.
VIA 6405 & VIA 6426 push VIA 14 (the Ocean) past Wellington Tower about an hour and a half before its departure from Montreal's Central Station.
Eastbound VIA 70 crossing the Grand River in Paris, ON.
VIA 6405 has a bit of snow on its nose and plow as it leads VIA 35 west through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
Engines at the front, middle and rear. A quite late VIA 633 (it left Central Station in Montreal 100 minutes late) has VIA 6405 at the head end, an unidentified P42DC in the middle and VIA ... (more)
VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
Approaching the autoracks. VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
With a wave from the friendly crew, VIA 6405 leads eastbound VIA "The Ocean" as they round an S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick at track speed.
Nearing it's station stop in Moncton, New Brunswick, VIA 6405 leads VIA 14, "The Ocean", as it passes under the overpass at "CN Gort", aka, CN's Gordon Yard.
The splitting of The Canadian. VIA FPA4 6762 is departing for Toronto with train #12 while the crew services 6405 before departing for Montreal with train #2.
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)
The westbound Hudson Bay leaving downtown Winnipeg on its way to Churchill.