VIA 902 is in rough shape, here it is seen leading VIA 67 which is leaving Dorval Station.
VIA 65 kicks up the freshly fallen snow as it heads towards its next stop at Dorval the (very cold) morning after a snowstorm.
Whisking passengers between Toronto and Ottawa is VIA Rail Canada Corridor train 40. VIA P42DC 902 (class EPA-42a) is pulling an LRC Business Class Car and three stainless steel coaches. ... (more)
VIA 35 is not too far from finishing its run as it approaches the Ramsayville Road crossing just a bit outside of Ottawa, with VIA 902, two LRC cars and four HEP cars.
VIA 902 pushes VIA 22 over the mostly empty Peel Basin. At left is a new footbridge that Parks Canada had just put in place to replace an older one.
4 LRC cars, 4 paint schemes. VIA 622 has unwrapped VIA 902 leading 4 LRC cars in 4 different paint schemes at it crosses the Richelieu River at Otterburn Park.
Wrapped and unwrapped P42DC's. With 17 of VIA Rail's 21 P42DC's wrapped for Canada's 150th anniversary, it's getting rarer to get a non-wrapped one leading; it's also rare to see two P42DC'... (more)
VIA 902 trails Toronto to Ottawa train #42 as it leaves the Brockville Sub and enters the Winchester Sub at Smiths Falls.
VIA 902 has 7 stainless steel cars in tow as VIA 63 passes Montreal's skyline.
The Odd Car Out
VIA Train no. 70 arrives in Toronto about 10 minutes early with the 702 leading a train of predominantly budd cars with the exception of one modern car right ... (more)
A wave and a P42DC meet. In the background VIA 50 is making its station stop on the north track at Dorval with P42DC VIA 918 leading. At the same time VIA 55 is arriving on the south track ... (more)
Looking out at a busy station scene. A crewmember is looking out of the lead engine of VIA 55 and witnessing a very busy boarding of Christmas day passengers at Dorval station. Soon the tra... (more)
Hat trick. CN 401 is heading west at far left (with rail picked up on the Pelletier sub), VIA 52 is eastbound and VIA 67 is stopped at right.
VIA 902, reflected. A late VIA 69 deadheads to Montreal's Central Station with VIA 915 and VIA 902 pushing as it passes the Wellington Tower.
Not quite a solid stainless steel consist. An LRC first class car mars what otherwise would have been a solid stainless steel consist as VIA 63 backs up to Montreal's Central Station with V... (more)