A CP worker does the time honored work of cleaning out a switch with the traditional railroad broom/chisel at North Bend, BC after a weekend blizzard. CP 5819 is ready to roll west down the Fraser... (more)
CP 9020 once again shows off CP Rail's great action red scheme. These SD40-2Fs were the last to feature this shade of red, albeit without the black and white "Pacman" or "clamshell&... (more)
CP 5820 shows off its elongated nose typical of many of CP's SD40-2s at North Bend, BC. The unit is part of a consist awaiting a new crew, and seems appropriate for Christmas season as it sits in ... (more)
A CP employee sweeps out a switch at the west end of North Bend, BC yard as a westbound coal train featuring a quartet of elephant style SD40-2s gets under way. After a blizzard the previous day, ... (more)
Canadian National ES44AC 2313 and a sister unit are a lot of power for this short, three-car business train as it departs the empty yard at the crew change point of North Bend, BC, the junction of... (more)
In the heart of the Fraser Canyon, the Royal Canadian Pacific makes its way along the Cascade Sub.
Canadian Pacific ES44AC 8853 works sulphur empties west of North Bend, British Columbia. The town of Boston Bar, BC is visible just across the Fraser River.
Canadian National ES44DC 2285 leads a train of sulphur empties (with a cut of grain hoppers on the head end) through the yard and crew change point at North Bend, BC.
North Bend is mile zero o... (more)
Two westbound trains are at CP crew change point, North Bend, BC in November 1993. The 5867 is just departing and No. 9020, a CP "red barn" SD40F will soon follow with another train, bot... (more)
Red Barn No. 9020 waits for a new crew before departing westward from North Bend, BC; CP Rail's crew change in the Fraser Canyon. The train will soon head to Coquitlam Yard on the outskirts of Van... (more)
Canadian Pacific's Holiday Train rolls across the Nahatlatch River, which drains into the muddy Fraser River. Located on CP's Thompson Sub, this section of track typically only sees eastbound trai... (more)
The Empress departs North Bend as she passes by the local snow plow with a CN eastbound sneaking up behind her and a Westbound across the Fraser River sitting in the Boston Bar Yard
Eastbound coal empties roll up the Fraser Canyon south of North Bend
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