An Eastbound CP freight powers through the much photographed station at Banff.
During the stop at Banff, Alberta, a crewman boards the FP7 on the point of VIA #2, the eastbound Canadian, as a Canadian Pacific work train behind a pair of SD40-2s waits in the clear.
This photo was taken by Zach VanRy
It's a perfect fall day in the Rockies as VIA train #2, the eastbound Canadian, pauses at Banff, Alberta. A pair of CP GP9s are assisting VIA FP7 1402 on its trek through the mountains.
Having made it up and over the summit of the Rockies, the hard work is behind them, and the twin candy-striped FP9s on the point of Canadian Pacific's eastbound Canadian pause with their train for... (more)
Back in the CP Rail era, the eastbound Canadian's scheduled ten-minute stop at Banff, Alberta, provided a chance for passengers to stretch their legs and photographers to jump off for a quick shot... (more)