The Royal Canadian Pacific drifts downgrade through the Thompson River Canyon with classic cab units as power.
CN ES44AC units 2975 & 2963 combine to work a southwest bound CN goods through the Thompson River Canyon east of Lytton.
The winding track that follows the Thompson River near Lytton is nicely illustrated here as Canadian Pacific locomotives 8947 & 8799 pull a southwest bound loaded coal train. Fellow ES44AC unit 87... (more)
Small locs between tunnel, rocks and trees. The painting on the second loc celebrates CN's 15 years of privatization
Like a model railroad: Giant rocks and a mixed freighttrain near Lytton
2508 & 2003 drift through Lytton with a west bound manifest
The westbound Rocky Mounntaineer from Banff Alberta to Vancouver British Columbia,crosses over the Thompson River into Lytton B.C. where the Thompson and Fraser rivers join.
CN and rocks near Lytton. The painting on the second loc celebrates CN's 15 years of privatization
CN only painted one locomotive to promote the 1986 Worlds Fair in Vancouver. Here it is pulling the westbound "Okanagan Express" passenger special across the Thompson River at Lytton, British Co... (more)
Giant rocks and a mixed freighttrain near Lytton
Thompson River, trees, rocks and tunnel: CN-Containertrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds earlier you see on #407366
Big rocks and 4 CN-locs with a containertrain between Lytton and Ashcroft
Mixed freighttrain is crossing the Fraser River
A shot just in the right second: Mixed freighttrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds later you see on #408799
Giant rocks, short tunnels and a small mixed freighttrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds earlier you see on #409402