A CP GEVO and a leased CEFX AC4400 lead a unit potash train through the snowscape east towards Frank, Alberta, the site of the infamous Frank Slide in 1903. Locomotives:CP 9375 ES44AC<... (more)
Frank slide - one of the major Canadian natural disasters - but also a good spot to catch trains on the scenic Crowsnest sub of the Canadian Pacific. Altough the line is not as frequently used as... (more)
A westbound Canadian Pacific potash train curves past blazing autumn color east of Frank, Alberta, on CP’s Crowsnest Pass route on September 28, 2010.
One of the most interesting and awe-inspiring locations in which the Royal Canadian Pacific pass through most certainly is the town of Frank. Nestled in the southwest corner of Alberta, Frank is h... (more)
Passing the Frank Slide An eastbound Canadian Pacific grain train is passing through the former town of Frank, Alberta on CP’s Crowsnest Pass line on September 28, 2010. At 4:10 a.m. on... (more)
Helper shoves westbound thru the famous Frank Slide.
Royal Canadian Pacific is easing towards the infamous "Frank Slide", site of the 1903 Turtle Mountain rock slide that buried most of Frank, AB. Legend claims that Indians called Turtle Mountain ... (more)
8600s driver has her ratbagged as he climbs into the tragic and historic site of Frank Slide