CP 8705 leads an empty eastbound potash train through Morant's Curve at about 8 o'clock in the morning.
End of a very beautiful day in Alberta near Lake Louise just before a good sleep at this place.
CP in the world famous Morants Curve in the morningsun
CP's Royal Canadian Pacific in the Morant's Curve
CP near the Morant's Curve in the eveningsun
After Budd built the popular stainless steel cars in 1955 still elegantly serving VIA, a few of them would show up on the "Canadian's" companion transcon train, "The Dominion." Note all the heav... (more)
A light snowstorm near sunset leaves fresh snow to be kicked up by eastbound empty potash train #672, led by still new GEVo 8946. In the darkest depths of the Canadian winter, a golden glow linger... (more)
Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury train pause at Lake Louise, Alberta, on September 13, 2002. The classy train is pulled by a A-B-A set of covered wagons led by FP7 No. 1400, F9B No... (more)
This westbound grain train is about to cross the continental divide at the Alberta/BC border.
Curving along the Bow River: An eastbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train cants around famous Morant's Curve east of Lake Louise, Alberta, on June 27, 2006.
Eastbound past Lake Louise Station in the morning sun. Used a gradient ND filter.
CP 9782 leads three other locos as it traverses Morants Curve with an eastbound freight on 22nd March 2010.
CP 8872, 9673, and 8649 totaling 13,200 horses lead a westbound stack around Morant's Curve in the Canadian Rockies bound for the Port of Vancouver.
An easrbound intermodal is going to spot in Lake Louise station to let a westbound clear the switch ; Konica Minolta 7D