VIA Rail GMD (EMD) F40PH-2 No. 6437 sits at Jasper, Alberta, on September 17, 2002. These locomotives were built between 1986 and 1989 in London, Ontario, and this unit is painted in VIA’s the 199... (more)
VIA 24 with VIA 6437 (in a 'love the way' wrap) is backing up over Wellington Street after leaving Central Station backwards. Now that is facing the right direction it can cross the Victoria Bridg... (more)
VIA 6437 on the point of VIA Train #1 - The 'Canadian' - at Capreol, ON, being refuelled before continuing its journey to Edmonton, Jasper, Vancouver & all points west. This photo is from a trip m... (more)
Meet between east & westbound 'Canadians' at Henry House, AB. This photo is from a trip my wife & I took out west on VIA Rail’s ‘Skeena’ & ‘Canadian’ – taking the ‘Canadian’ from Toronto to Edmont... (more)
VIA 6437 is in charge of stainless steel VIA train 14, as they cross over the East Mines Trestle, about 13 miles from their next station stop at Truro, Nova Scotia.
VIA 6437 is in charge of stainless steel VIA train 14, as they rumble along the Tantramar Marsh, approaching the curve a Aulac, New Brunswick.
VIA 6437 is in charge of stainless steel VIA train 14, as they rumble by Folly Lake, Nova Scotia, with the leader still sporting the Canada 150 wrap.
After arriving from Ottawa, VIA 22 with VIA 6437 for power is shoving out of Central Station before wyeing on the Montreal Sub so that it can cross the Victoria Bridge on its way to its destinatio... (more)
Wrapped VIA 6437 is in charge of VIA 22.
Still wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th year anniversary (2018), VIA 6437 leads a 5-car VIA 22 past Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Wrapped VIA 6437 leads VIA 22 as it heads east on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub. In the background is the new Turcot interchange, with the old one largely demolished at this point.
Leading train 14 The Ocean, VIA 6437 and 6421 at the Bathurst VIA Rail station.
VIA F40PH-3 6437 (40th ans.) and VIA 6411 leading train 14 the Ocean.
VIA 624 with wrapped VIA 6437 and a Renaissance consist crosses the Lachine Canal in Montreal.
The westbound Canadian soars high above CP's Thompson Sub and the Fraser River at Cisco, BC.