Coquitlam-Edmonton train M310 wraps around Moose Lake behind a single SD70M-2.
Westbound VIA train No. 5, the Skeena, skirts Moose Lake, British Columbia, at 1:50 p.m. on July 20, 2011.
Westbound VIA train No. 5, the Skeena, skirts Moose Lake, British Columbia, at 1:50 p.m. on July 20, 2011. The classy 5-car train has a Park-series dome observation car bringing up the markers.
Coquitlam-Edmonton train M310 wraps around the shores of scenic Moose Lake behind CN SD70M-2 8904.
M302's train speeds along the shores of scenic Moose Lake on a wonderful morning.
"Trunk Junk" for Winnipeg heads east on CN's scenic Albreda Sub.
A rare consist west of Edmonton leads train A417 along the shores of Moose Lake.
A pair of CN's 62 remaining SD60F charge west on the Albreda Sub with M347's 110 empty lumber centrebeams.
A matched set of CN SD60Fs have M347's train at track speed on the Albreda Sub.
VIA’s train No. 2, the Canadian, rumbles around a curve at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. To our surprise, the 20-car streamliner was running one hour early (yes, early!) on Canad... (more)
VIA train No. 2 rushes by a hour early at 2:00 p.m. at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. The 20-car streamliner has the usual classy Budd-built Park-series dome observation carrying ... (more)
The eastbound Canadian skirts Moose Lake, en route to Jasper, AB.
Heading toward Jasper
Q198 speeds towards Jasper for a crew change.
Still wearing C.N. markings, three F's, with FP9A 6504 leading, VIA's Train 3 is westbound as it skirts beautiful Moose Lake in Mt. Robson Park, B.C.