Near the end of a long summer day along the shore of Brule Lake, Canadian National train No. 119 approaches Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 9, 2014.
CN 2008, CN 2561 and BCOL 4643 lead a eastbound stack train around "Roberston's Curve, just east of Swan Landing, AB on 5/22/17.
An Eastbound stack train glides along the Athabasca River at Swan Landing.
VIA train No. 2, The Canadian, rounds the curve at Swan Landing in late afternoon light with Brule Lake in the background. The train has just exited Jasper National Park and will make a station st... (more)
A CN manifest freight heads east through Swan Landing. Unlike the trip in 2014, the 2013 trip offered more clouds and occasional rain. We were pretty happy that the sun came out for this shot alon... (more)
CN train 193, a stack train, rolls west across the causeway at Swan Landing west of Hinton, Alberta in early evening light. The sun kept playing hide and seek through out this evening, and this tr... (more)
CN train 416 accelerates east out of Swan Landing with a heavy trainload of forest products and mixed freight with the mountains of Jasper National Park in the background.
CN train 310 slowly rolls east from Swan Landing towards Hinton, AB. Temperatures in the 90s have helped kindle forest fires and caused the CTC system to fail, so trains are running slow, ready to... (more)
CN train 111 rolls west across the Swan Landing causeway on Brule Lake, just east of Jasper National Park. CN 2678 is paired with former BC Rail 4602 a cowled GE unit. The train also had a DPU on ... (more)
CN 5756 leads a quartet of CN power east with train 106, double stacks, onto the causeway at Swan Landing along the shore of Brule Lake just east of Jasper National Park.
W903 returns back to Swan Landing after picking up used rail on the mainline on a frigidly cold November day.