CP 9353 has a westbound Canpotex potash train in tow on CN trackage west of Spences Bridge, BC at the famous Skoonka tunnels along the Thompson River.
CN 5731 has a work train of Difco dump cars getting under way at Spences Bridge after emptying slide debris in town. The train regularly works a slide area near Skihist Provincial Park, unloading ... (more)
CP 9353 pops out of a tunnel and slide shed at the Skoonka or Honeymoon tunnels along the Thompson River on the CN side. The westbound potash train is headed for Boston Bar, BC for a crew change b... (more)
CN 5090 races a CN hotshot freight west along the Thompson River at Martel siding east of Spences Bridge in August 1975. Not far behind it the Super Continental is making time as both trains roll ... (more)
CP 8831 leads a westbound coal train out of the "edge of night" into low morning sunlight in the Thompson River Canyon west of Spences Bridge, BC.
An eastbound CP freight featuring white flags and no ditch lights rolls along the Thompson River nearing Spences Bridge, BC en route to Kamloops. The CN is across the river.
CP 5592 has a priority freight headed west through the Thompson River Canyon west of Spences Bridge, BC on a nice May day in 1979. The CN mainline is on the other bank.
Rocky Mountaineer's combined "First Passage to the West"/"Journey Through the Clouds" tour train clears the tunnels at Martel on CN's Ashcroft Sub on its journey to Vancouver.
With BC Rail represented fore and aft, Canadian National work train 906 navigates the tunnels and rock sheds at Skoonka on the perilous Ashcroft Sub.
Canadian National ET44AC 3025 has about three miles of stacks behind as it guides Q101 westbound through Martel on the Ashcroft Sub.
The Super Continental cruises along the Thompson River between Martel siding and Spences Bridge as it heads westbound to Vancouver, BC. Not the former Milwaukee Road Super Dome in the consist.
CP 8708 leads coal empties through the Thompson River Canyon.
Canadian National 2943 works Moroccan phosphate loads (thanks, Tim!) eastbound through the Thompson River canyon on CP's Thompson Sub.
Canadian National's premier intermodal train streaks through the Thompson River canyon at 1815 on a dreary November day.
Headed back east to Calgary after a three-day charter to the coast, CP 4107 hauls an empty consist of business cars through Drynoch on the Canadian Pacific's Thompson Sub.