RMRX 8011, 8016 and 8015 lead the Calgary section of the Rocky Mountaineer eastbound on the Shuswap Sub.
GP40-2L(W) 8011, GP40-2 8016 and GP40-2(W) 8015 lead the Calgary section of the Rocky Mountaineer eastbound on the Shuswap Sub.
GP40-2L(W) 8011, GP40-2 8016 and GP40-2L(W) 8015 cross the South Thompson River swing bridge with the first Rocky Mountaineer of the 2013 season.
RMR 8012 and 8016 lead the westbound Rocky Mountaineer on CN's Ashcroft Sub.
GP40-2L(W) 8011 and GP40-2 8017 lead Rocky Mountaineer’s "First Passage To The West" eastbound through Pritchard.
Ex-CN GP40-2L(W) 8012 and NRE 3GS21B-DE 2020 travel eastbound with Rocky Mountaineer’s First Passage To The West.
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer passes several kayakers as it travels down the Thompson River Canyon.
CN 9547,GT 4827,CN 2671,WC 3004 have a long L550 slowly rolling into the yard at Gladstone. The tired looking leader looks to have put in quite a few trans-Canada trips before being assigned to se... (more)
Most of my time spent in the Sudbury area was on CP, but on occasion the CP would be quiet for a few hours and I would then move over to Capreol to try my luck on CN. Here on one of those Capreol ... (more)
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer crosses over the Thompson River at Lytton.
RMR 8011, Pride of Kamloops, leads the Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer westbound on CN Rail’s Ashcroft Sub.
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer follows CN 906 down the west bank of the Thompson River.
The Rocky Mountaineer creeps across the Cisco Bridge to afford the passengers a view of the Fraser River narrows. A crew member spies a trio of photographers trackside and steps onto the platform ... (more)
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer crosses the Fraser River on the 247m long CN Cisco Bridge.