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Caption: On Sundays VIA 633 always deadhdeads the consist for VIA 47 to Ottawa, leading to a long and interesting passenger train. Here VIA 633 is passing Turcot West with an unknown F40 leading, wrapped VIA 919 mid-train and VIA 917 at the rear. The train has LRC cars in 3 different paint schemes (including a Canada 150 unit and one with a decal commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge) as well as two stainless steel cars.