Westbound Canadian National manifest train No. 411 pases through the Skoonka Tunnels west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 23, 2011. A pair of SD70M-2s lead the train though the scenic... (more)
Canadian Pacific ES44AC No. 8789 leads a westbound stack train west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, in the scenic Thompson River Canyon on September 24, 2012.
A Canadian Pacific freight led by ES44ACs Nos. 8754 and 8721 winds along the Thompson River west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 23, 2011.
A stack train heads east between Drynoch and Thompson sidings in the Thompson River Canyon. Across the river is CN's Skoonka Tunnels.
Cruising along the shores of the Thompson River, M355's train prepares to knock down the signal at the east end of Spences Bridge, BC where it will meet the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer.
After meeting the Rocky Mountaineer, A411's train gets back up to speed departing the main track at Spences Bridge.
Q111's train speeds around an S curve west of Spences Bridge.
RMRX GP40-2s 8012 and 8018 approach Martel with the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer operating on the CN Ashcroft Sub today, due to the CPR TCRC strike.
The Eastbound Rocky Mountaineer has just departed the siding at Spences Bridge where it met 3 westbounds.
CN 2609 leads A417s train along the north shores of the Thompson River on the approach to Spences Bridge, BC.
CN ES44DC 2245, CN C40-8W 2174 and CN SD75I 5661 depart the west switch at Spences Bridge with a lengthy Q111 at 180 platforms long.
RMRX GP40-2s 8012 and 8018 lead The Rocky Mountaineer east along the shores of the Thompson River, east of Spences Bridge, BC. Due to the CP Rail strike, all trains are being run on the CN side of... (more)
On July 22, 2011, a Canadian Pacific westbound freight curves along the Thompson River just east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia