CP 9755 approaches the east siding switch at Lasha as it trails a westbound coal train through Lytton.
With some of the last rays of sunshine on the afternoon of September 24, 2012, shining down in the Thompson River Canyon, a westbound Canadian Pacific coal train is snaking along the illuminated c... (more)
A broadside view across the canyon from the overlook at Skihist Provincial Park
A freight bound for CP's yard at Coquitlam pauses beside the rapids of the Thompson River, waiting for traffic ahead to clear
The head end is about to dive into the Cape Horn tunnel while late day sun spotlights the midtrain remote on a long westbound coal train deep in the canyon
CP coal loads roll over the north bridge at Lytton behind an ES44AC on a beautiful summer day
158 cars of freight trail an SD70M-2 and C40-8 as they roll past the siding at Morris, just east of Lytton BC. Those cars on the head end are sulfur loads for export, and not visible is another SD... (more)
A railroader gives a westbound grain train a careful roll by at Lytton.
Still wearing the paint of recently-consumed regional Northern Alberta Railway, a patched GP9 assuming the number CN 4610 departs Lytton, BC, eastbound across the Thompson River bridge on a bliste... (more)
A brief blast of sunshine bathes a westbound Canadian Pacific coal train with warm afternoon light east of Lasha, British Columbia, in the Thompson River Canyon. This view is from Skihist Provinci... (more)
Thompson River, trees, rocks and tunnel: CN-Containertrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds earlier you see on #407366
Mixed freighttrain is crossing the Fraser River
A westbound Canadian Pacific train traverses the Thompson River Canyon east of Lytton, British Columbia, on July 22, 2011.
Work 903 backs up the mainline Caboose forward to pick up the endless rock that falls from the mountain, while a novice fisherwoman tends to her now tangled line.... One of my favorite things to d... (more)
CN SD50F 5448 leads an eastbound composed almost entirely of cylindrical covered hoppers through the Thompson River Canyon near Lytton, BC.