Canadian Pacific locomotives line the yard tracks at Field, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. CP GE AC4400CW Nos. 8541 and 9530 flank EMD SD9043MAC No. 9141 across the main line from the st... (more)
Under stormy skies, Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train pauses for a crew change and inspection at Field, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. The train will soon climb through the Spi... (more)
Back in 1992, the SD40-2F was the preferred leader on the western part on the CP. Here, we see the 9010 departing Field westbound with a unit grain train.
CP 9814 sits with its train just clear of the crossing at Field, BC. This was the only photo I got on my two day trip. Morning fog, road construction delays and even a 2 hour delay due to a fire a... (more)
The service stops on the Canadian's cross-country journey provided a convenient chance for a passenger to step off and shoot a few photos. Here at Field, BC, VIA FP9 6305 and its B-unit mates are ... (more)
VIA FP9 6305 displays a remarkably clean nose as it takes on fuel at Field, BC, while heading up the eastbound Canadian on a spring morning. Must not be bug season yet!
Um, you left the door open. CP 8524 leads its train west through the yard at Field.
VIA's westbound Canadian A Roger Puta Photograph
Royal Canadian Pacific's "Rockies Experience" tour, once the anchor of my Canadian wanderings, stalled on the ascent to Kicking Horse Pass and is easing back into the yard while mainline... (more)
"Dear employer: I've recently learned that the Royal Canadian Pacific will be traveling through the Rocky Mountains and I'm going to need the next few days off please..."
Needless to... (more)
A eastbound manifest/stack train claws up Kicking Horse Pass. The train has just exited the Lower Spiral Tunnel. The extremely slow speed of the train allowed me to shoot a vertical and horizontal... (more)