"CP 2023" (former US Army 4012) steams through Laggan Station at Heritage Park Historical Village.
This former US Army 0-6-0 has been refurbished as a Canadian Pacific locomotive for service at Heritage Park Historical Village, located south of downtown Calgary. It pulls a train of vintage coa... (more)
CP 8562 shoves on the rear of an eastbound train through Edworthy Park. The Douglas firs seen in the background are the most easterly stand in Canada. They are more often seen along the Pacific co... (more)
CP's Canada 150 train is returning from it's Anderson Road gig in Calgary reversing to Ogden yard where it will spend the night before travelling north to Edmonton.
The other two units are BCOL 4617 & Blue Devil 2460
Ogden Shops in 2009 was a real museum of sorts, with numerous locomotives from many points in the CP Rail story on hand. While not as glamourous as those stored by the steam shop, this certainly ... (more)
Once the staple of Royal Canadian Pacific, now a mere shell of its former self. Along with two other vintage items that really needed to be in protective care, but land development around Ogden f... (more)
A westbound C-Train heads up the hill in the center of Bow Trail. This line opened in December 2011. If you look closely, you can see the Sunalta station.
Loaded potash train heads west out of Calgary.
Canadian Pacific GMD FP7A 1402 is the lead unit on the eastbound "Canadian" at Calgary, Alberta; September 1977.
CP 8626 leads a Canpotex train east through Edworthy Park on a fine September afternoon.