CP 8957, 9643, 8517, 9603, and 8786 lead an eastbound train down from Crowsnest Pass past Lundbreck on September 25, 2015.
Perhaps the most perfect train in the world, the CP Canadian strolls along the Bow River in Banff National Park. Next stop: Banff. Then on to Calgary and points east. An FP7-FP9 combo have a seven... (more)
A trio of GE's highball eastward along the Laggan Sub near the base of Castle Mountain.
The moon sets over the Canadian Rockies at sunrise on September 22, 2002, as the Royal Canadian Pacific excursion train heads eastbound at Lundbreck, Alberta.
The Royal Canadian Pacific descends Croswnest Pass near Luncbreck on its way to Lethbridge.