An eastbound intermodal heavy in maritime stacks thunders past Spences Bridge, BC. The small hamlet of Spences Bridge was once a important junction for the Kettle Valley Railroad that climbed the ... (more)
CN ES44AC 2852 leads a westbound intermodal through Spences Bridge.
VIA F40PH-3s 6453 and 6427 lead the westbound Canadian through Spences Bridge.
A Canadian National freight follows the Thompson River eastbound east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on September 1, 2007. Powering the freight is EMD SD70M-2 No. 8011 and Illinois Central S... (more)
A westbound Canadian National freight passes a tranquil pool of water along the Thompson River just west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on the morning of September 1, 2007.
On September 24, 2012, a westbound Canadian Pacific stack train snakes along the Thompson River west of Seddall, British Columbia.
A CP mixed merchandise train rolls eastward out of Spences Bridge, BC.
Snaking through the scenic Thompson River Canyon between Seddall and Morris, British Columbia, is westbound Canadian National manifest freight No. 301 on September 26, 2015.
A westbounder rolling along the Thompson River near Martel.
An eastbound CN stack train at Spences Bridge, passing in front of Arthur Seat Mountain (1672 m)
An eastbound potash train has just passed through Spences Bridge on the CP Thompson Sub.
This CPR track maintenance crew was using every bit of available track time to gather up old ties and pile them up at Spences Bridge. This truck is deceptively powerful and able to move along at ... (more)
Westbound on the CN Ashcroft Sub near Martel.
CP FP9 1401 leads the Royal Canadian Pacific eastward along the shores of the Thompson River near Toketic on the Thompson Sub.