The combined VIA 601/603 passes the now obscured Wellington Tower with VIA 6438 up front and VIA 6405 mid-train.
Something extra at the rear. VIA 601 and VIA 603 normally each have an F40, a baggage car and a single coach and are combined leaving Montreal, before splitting up at Hervey Jct. Here thoug... (more)
VIA 6433 is up front and VIA 6440 is mid-train as the combined VIA 601/603 passes Wellington Tower in Montreal.
The combined VIA 601 and VIA 603 passes the Pointe St-Charles Yard, where recently coupled GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7229 idle before making their next move.
VIA 6433 is up front and VIA 6440 is mid-train as the combined VIA 601/603 passes Montreal's skyline not too long after leaving Central Station, on its way to northern Quebec. At Hervey Jct the tr... (more)
VIA 601 with VIA 6439 and two cars and VIA 603 with VIA 6455 and another two cars are joined as they pass the Peel Basin in Montreal.
VIA 601 and VIA 603 for Northern Quebec are joined as they pass the Peel Basin in Montreal with VIA 6439 leading and VIA 6455 mid-train. At Hervey Jct the train will split, with 601 heading for Jo... (more)
Combined train VIA 601/603 to Jonquière and Senneterre, from Montreal, is at St-Paulin, with unit 6411 leading.
Combined train VIA 601/603 to Jonquière and Senneterre, from Montreal, is making a stop in St-Paulin, with unit 6437 leading. It is the first unit in the 'CANADA 150' livery to go in Northern Queb... (more)
Combined train. VIA 6431 is at the head end of the combined VIA 601/603 train as it passes the Peel Basin south of downtown Montreal. Until Hervey Junction in northern Quebec, VIA 601 to Jo... (more)
F40's head-end and mid-train. VIA 601/603 with VIA 6411 leading and VIA 6413 mid-train is crossing the Lachine canal in Montreal on a cold morning. The train will remain combined until Herv... (more)
One F40 leading, another mid-train. VIA 601 and VIA 603 are combined as they pass Montreal's skyline, with the Peel Basin in the foreground. They will remain combined until Hervey Junction ... (more)
Combined train passing Montreal's reflected skyline. VIA 601 and VIA 603 are combined as they pass Montreal's skyline, with the Peel Basin in the foreground. They will remain combined until... (more)
VIA 601/VIA 603 pass the Montreal skyline and Wellington tower just after leaving Central Station. This is a great place to shoot passenger trains in the morning.
A far cry from its rural route. VIA 601 and VIA 603 (destined for Jonquière and Senneterre respectively) leave the skyscraper filled skyline of downtown Montreal as a combined train,... (more)