Category: observation car

A crewmember hitches a ride on round-end dom…

A crewmember hitches a ride on round-end dome obs Revolstoke Park on the Ocean as it passes a cut of cars and is backed into Halifax station.

July 11, 2005

VIA Rail #14 “The Ocean” is kick…

VIA Rail #14 “The Ocean” is kicking up snow, as he accelerates eastbound.

Bathurst, NB

February 14, 2005

(Laurentide Park, 8709) This Ocean had two l…

(Laurentide Park, 8709) This Ocean had two locomotives, a baggage car, six coaches, a Skyline, a dining car, nine sleepers and a Park car.

Moncton, NB
July 14, 2004

Laurentides Park car, number 8709 is backing…

Laurentides Park car, number 8709 is backing up to detrain passangers of VIA # 15 arriving from Halifax and Gaspé.

Montreal, QC
July 04, 2004

With 3 engines and 28 cars, this is one of t…

With 3 engines and 28 cars, this is one of the longest consist seen on the Ocean and the Chaleur.

St-Hubert, QC

August 02, 2002

On June 2, 1993. Mrs Christena Keon Sirsly a…

On June 2, 1993. Mrs Christena Keon Sirsly and MP Howard Crosby christening the train the Ocean.

Scotian

Scotian

“Skyview” observation car (ex-Milwaukee Road “Skytop”) on Montreal–Halifax, N.S., Scotian, 1967.

Train “Champlain” near the Quebec Bridge, Au…

Train “Champlain” near the Quebec Bridge, August 1964. Photo Jim Shaughnessy, from Canadian National Railway, Tom Murray, Ed. MBI, p.99.

CN Scotian or Ocean, ex Milwaukee Road Skyvie…

Cn scotian or ocean, ex Milwaukee rr Skyview observation car. Westbound at Truro Nova Scotia, 1967, john McIntosh slide.

CN Scotian or Ocean, ex Milwaukee Road Skyview observation car. Westbound at Truro Nova Scotia, 1967, john McIntosh slide. by Jon Archibald

New Year’s Eve Departure

New Year's Eve Departure

New Year’s Eve Departure

VIA 6537 (EMD FP9) “Cavalier” Toronto Station Ontario, Canada
December 31, 1981