Chicago to Toronto
The consist includes a LRC locomotive, a tempo coach, a tempo club galley car, and two temp coaches.
The gifs used were made by Ken and myself. They can be found at the link below. My gifs have my name in the description.
AMTK 36 on last Sunday run of VIA/Amtrak International
The short lived (on GEXR) LLPX 2263 (Blue) and 2236 (still on the property in 2017) wait for a crew to board for 580 while the Chicago bound “International” arrives to board passengers at Kitchener on a cool and foggy spring morning.
VIA-Amtrak “International” from Toronto to Chicago, lead by P42 32, is shown stopped at Sarnia station before entering the tunnel to the USA. On the left, note comparative frames of old and new tunnel sections on display on the station grounds.
VIA 685 the Toronto-Chicago International, makes its station stop at Guelph
“International,” a VIA train with Amtrak equipment.
The Baggage Car on the rear of the Boston section of the Lake Shore is on the left and F40 271 waits for its next assignment on the right. It will likely take the Maple Leaf west to Toronto.
Amtrak GE B32-8 511 leads the “International” on the GEXR (former CN) Guelph Sub, leaving Guelph past the local fall colours in October 2000.
The International is minutes out of Union Station on its way to Chicago, and is about to pass under Bathurst Street.
The VIA/Amtrak International WB passing threw Hyde Park. With VIA 6419 and four super-liner cars. Headed for Sarnia, Port Huron and onto Chicago. Amtrak F40s and Pepsi can GEs where also used for power with the super-liner cars.