A wee bit nippy
A sharp curve a mile west of Exshaw has been a favorite spot for photographers back to the 1940s - with the gentle curve of the Bow River and the dramatic peaks of the Cana... (more)
During an unsuccessful fishing outing at Gap Lake, a consist of grain cars led by a pair of units breaks the silence just outside the quiet town of Exshaw.
Gliding along the calm waters of an emerald-colored Bow River is a westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train at Exshaw, Alberta, on September 24, 2013.
A mixed freight train takes the curve west of Exshaw, AB.
An eastbound intermodal travels passed the last few peaks of the Rocky Mountains. (Grant MacEwan Peak and Heart Mountain).
A short Canadian Pacific local heads west out of Exshaw, Alberta, on CP’s Laggan Subdivision along the emerald-colored Bow River on September 24, 2013.
After picking up an engine at Gap, CP 402 has resumed its trip towards Calgary and is seen approaching the hamlet of Exshaw.
A CP empty grain train rounds the bend just west of Exshaw at one of my favorite spots on the Laggan subdivision.
The grain train that held up train 101 at Banff skirts the Bow River just west of Exhsaw.
It's only 2PM and already the shadows are starting to creep in the mountains. Here is a hotshot Vancouver-Montreal intermodal approaching Exshaw, AB.
Hotshot intermodal train 101 rounds the bend at Gap Lake, just West of the hamlet of Exshaw.
An empty grain train rounds the curve just West of Exshaw, AB.
The Exshaw switcher engines bask in the evening sun on a Sunday night.
An empty 676-axle grain train heads down the Laggan subdivision at Exshaw.
The Exshaw switcher engines sit in Exshaw yard on a saturday morning. Note the former British Columbia Railway pressure-loading hopper on the right.