Through Rail Canada Train Journeys & Vacations – Part 1: The Ocean (Halifax to Montreal)

Via Rail Canada Train Journeys: Component A single ‘THE OCEAN” Introduction to ‘The Ocean’ train, travelling via Halifax, the Maritimes along many stunning coastal routes just before arriving in Montreal. Continue Watching with Component Two: The Corridor (Montreal to Toronto). …………………………………………………………………………………. The brief for our films was to show the UK sales teams & consumers what it is genuinely like to travel with By way of Rail, so the customers know precisely what they see is what they get, in contrast to misleading large spending budget ‘polished’ promotional videos. This ‘real experience’ method was specifically what Via Rail Canada were after. Since completing this film Via have not only distributed to sales teams and buyers all through the UK but across the planet, like South America, Australia, Europe and Canada! Written, Directed, Presented & Edited by Joe Jamieson Co-Presented by Max Holdstock Produced by Lee George With Music Written, Performed & Recorded by Jon Mills Particular Thanks to Via Rail Canada

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24 thoughts on “Through Rail Canada Train Journeys & Vacations – Part 1: The Ocean (Halifax to Montreal)”

  1. I did the Toronto to Vancouver and made a similar video (: great job tho, these guys def did a great job! Amazing trip so worth it!!

  2. LOL, why is everyone so obsessed with the fact that they’re British? They did a great job showing the train ride and answered all of the question I had in mind. DONE, THATS IT. WHATS THE BIG DEAL? and when you thought Canada was a culturally accepting country…. smh

  3. Those two were so cute! I loved this video, VIA trains are so nice, especially the bedrooms & bathrooms, that trip would be a dream!

  4. uh Canada is part of UK. LOL. it maybe independant from UK but the Queen is still head of state

  5. i did that trip, halifax to toronto….and back. ohhhhh my god 32 hrs each way. spent most of the time sitting on the tracks not going anywhere. just sitting there for hours at a time. not moving….why? i dont know but it was frustrating because i just wanted to go. i didn’t have a room or eve a bunk becaue they cost too much,a dn this kid from india kept pissing on the bathroom floor, missing the toilet completely…i dunno how he managed it…

  6. i did that trip, halifax to toronto….and back. ohhhhh my god 32 hrs each way. spent most of the time sitting on the tracks not going anywhere. just sitting there for hours at a time. not moving….why…i dont know but it was frustrating because i just wanted to go. i didn’t have a room or eve a bunk becaue they cost too much,a dn this kid from india kept pissing on the bathroom floor, missing the toilet completely…i dunno how he managed it…

  7. I agree with you, although I prefer Canadians to do it I would rather have British ppl than Americans!

  8. Listen, this argument I was having was immature and I hope that you don’t take offense to it, as it means no offense to British people in any way. The only point I was trying to address is that I would of preferred to see Canadians do it, only because it’s in Canada. Have a wonderful day!

    – Robert

  9. We’re hoping to gradually cover all their major routes as and when the UK arm of VIA can send us out there!

  10. Can we just say that we were approached to produce this and our other fims for VIA on behalf of their British & European sales & training teams so that they could see what they were promoting. VIA do a lot of Canadian promotion but our films have gone a lot further a field than originally intended. Another is in the pipeline! We must say every trip has been incredible, Canada and the Canadian people are sublime to be around so please don’t feel too annoyed we’re making them!

    Joe

  11. i am but i dont care who does any thing as long as its not americans. id ove it if british ppl did every thing canadian instead of canadians

  12. OK there dumbass. You’re obviously not competent enough to understand that I’m saying we should have Canadians doing this. If you were English and saw to Canadians doing a this in England, I’m confident to say you’d feel the same.

  13. u awesome rockin dudes should complete the set with the montreal the gaspe chaleur overnight service. and remember all services r non smoking so save it for the great outdoors

  14. I don’t want to be mean, but shouldn’t we have Canadians doing this, not people from the UK.

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