Two GE C40-8M cowl units lead a westbound Canadian National freight along the Thompson River west of Basque, British Columbia, on the afternoon of September 1, 2007.
Westbound stack train CN 101 crossing the Thompson River at MP 59.5 CN Ashcroft Sub Basque, BC Canada. Smoke below the clouds from wildfires to the Northeast darken the sky.
A westbound grain train crosses over the Thompson River at MP 59.5, running on a directional section of the Ashcroft Subdivision at Basque, BC
CP 9152 and mate lead an eastbound stack train toward Ashcroft, BC along the Thompson River near Black Canyon. The landscape offers a lot of texture as these rare EMDs (GMDs) roll by.
With home rails high above on the right, CP ES44AC 8845 leads train 401-20 westbound on CN's Ashcroft Sub, part of the shared CN/CP directional run zone.
On an extremely warm late spring day in the Thompson River Canyon, a Canadian Pacific Railway merchandise freight rolls through Basque, BC. The ambient temperature was so warm on this particular ... (more)
On shared trackage directional running territory in the Thompson River Valley west of Kamloops BC, Eastbound CN container train running on the CP Main approaches the crossovers taking it back to i... (more)
Westbound CN pulls through Basque BC on the CN Main which is westbound only. The Track on the right is the CP main which is used for eastbounds of both roads. The high speed crossovers at the east... (more)
CP 8862 leads 405's train west in the last light of the day.