On the scenic Windermere Subdivision, Canadian Pacific GP38-2 leads a southbound passenger extra at Canal Flats, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011. This special train operated over portions of th... (more)
With Columbia Lake as a background, an empty Canadian Pacific coal train cruises into Canal Flats, British Columbia, on a beautiful June 27, 2006.
On Canadian Pacific’s scenic Windermere Subdivision, a coal train heads north over the causeway at Canal Flats, British Columbia, on June 27, 2006.
The northbound local from Cranbrook to Golden, BC heads across a fill along Columbia Lake north of Canal Flats, BC. The second unit is a former Soo Line SD60. This train met the southbound local a... (more)
In October a trip to British Columbia to shoot the fall colors and hopefully some SD40-2s. I lucked out with decent weather, fall colors and SD40-2s as seen here as the wayfreight skirts the shore... (more)
SD40-2s in the Southern Interior: As news of a proposed merger between Canadian Pacific Railway and CSX Transportation broke in the Wall Street Journal, the crew CP train No. 565 went about... (more)
SD40-2s in the Southern Interior: A pair of Canadian Pacific Railway SD40-2s roll along Columbia Lake on the Windermere Subdivision on Oct. 11, 2014. What was once the domaine of Fairbanks ... (more)
A northbound Canadian Pacific coal train rumbles over the causeway at Canal Flats, British Columbia, on CP’s scenic Windermere Subdivision on July 5, 2014.
CP 9722 gives a push on a northbound (westbound) coal train as it crosses the causeway along Columbia Lake near Canal Flats, BC.
A Canadian Pacific coal train 152 cars long cruises across the Canal Flats causeway powered by CP 8743, and mid-train DPU and a rear DPU.
Looking like a candidate for the CP refit program, CP 5773 leads the Cranbrook to Golden wayfreight north at Canal Flats. Pan at 1/25sec f14.
Three Canadian Pacific SD40-2s take the northbound wayfreight out of Canal Flats, British Columbia, on July 15, 2011. In the background Mount Sabine towers over the lower portion of Columbia Lake.