Canadian Pacific and Canadian National westbound trains sit in Boston Bar, British Columbia, on September 28, 2001. The CP intermodal train is lead by GE AC4400CW No. 8569, while the CN coal train... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific arrives at Boston Bar for a crew change.
Crazy Eights: CP ES44AC 8888 leads a westbound manifest through the tunnel and over the bridge at Ainslie Creek, MP 120 on CN's Ashcroft Sub.
Taken from atop the tunnel at Ainslie Creek, CN 2939 works intermodal train Q101 (Toronto -- Roberts Bank, BC) over the bridge at MP 120 of the Ashcroft Subdivision. The Trans-Canada Highway cross... (more)
Bridge and tunnel crowd: CN 8951 peeks through a short tunnel and over the Ainslie Creek bridge at MP 120 of the Ashcroft Subdivision.
The Super Continental is under way leaving Boston Bar over the famous Anderson Creek trestle as it makes its way down the Fraser Canyon to Vancouver, BC.
Canadian National 889 moves more export grain over the Anderson Creek bridge amid some beautiful fall colour.
Canadian National Tier 4 GEVO 3072 leads export grain out of Boston Bar, BC. This cargo is headed west to Vancouver and, ultimately, south on BNSF to California.
As sunbathers seek to beat the heat in Anderson Creek below, CN train M355 is two miles out of the crew change point of Boston Bar, BC, beginning the last leg of its journey from Prince George to ... (more)
The westbound Canadian National Super Continental pops out of a tunnel and over Ainslie Creek as it heads along the Fraser River to Boston Bar, BC and on to Vancouver. Note the setout for speeders... (more)
CP 4107 leads a chartered Royal Canadian Pacific train westbound into Boston Bar on CN's Ashcroft Sub.
Canadian Pacific 8809 hauls grain through resplendent fall colour as it begins its journey over CN's Yale Sub toward tidewater.
Digging out from President's Day weekend blizzard that covered the whole Pacific Northwest and western Canada, CN 5233 gets its empty grain train underway at Boston Bar, BC. Neighboring highway 1 ... (more)
CN 5085 and mate wait out a winter storm at Boston Bar, BC. The two non-dynamic brake SD40s will handle an empty grain train east in the morning.
The Rocky Mountaineer tour train heads west over the Anderson River en route to Vancouver, BC.