VIA in NB
VIA in NB Stations
The train used is the Ocean, the longest-running named passenger train on the continent. The Ocean celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004. The Ocean runs six days a week, departing every day except Tuesday. On Tuesdays the eastbound train passes through New Brunswick in the morning, but there is no westbound train. On Wednesdays the westbound train goes through in the afternoon/evening, but there is no eastbound.
VIA used to run the Atlantic on Canadian Pacific trackage through the southern portion of the province (McAdam, Fredericton Junction, Saint John, Moncton, and on to Halifax) The Fredericton Junction station is now owned by the NB Southern Railroad, and the Saint John station is a hockey building next to Harbour Station.
VIA Stations in New Brunswick