The VIA Rail Jasper Station sign on a clear day. Polarizing filter used.
VIA's eastbound Canadian has a lengthy stop at Jasper, and today some equipment shuffling went on. The Jasper protect F40 was added ahead, and the three F40s + Kokanee Park are pulled forward, dr... (more)
Things are starting to green up around Jasper as a powered up Q116 departs on a fabulous morning in the Rockies.
Albeit isolated due to problems, CN C40-8 2116 departs Jasper on the tailend of Q111.
One of 4 IC SD70s painted in CN colours clears the PSO at Mile 231 of CN's Edson Sub and quickly notches up to throttle 8 getting train Q106 up to 60mph. CN SD70M-2 8955 was leading the train.
A long and heavy, DPU equipped M304 approaches English on CN's Edson Sub.
A 92 car loaded ballast train idles in Jasper Yard.
A late and conventional Q101 charges west towards Jasper.
Sulphur Loads for Port Moody, BC speed west towards Jasper for a crew change.
9,200' of lumber from Prince George, BC heads out of Jasper on the south track of CN's Edson Sub.
M302's train approaches the light at English on a gorgeous June morning. Mount Edith Cavell towers to the south at a whopping 11,033 feet high.
173 Export coal loads from Coal Valley, AB are shoved into Jasper by CN ES44DC 2254.
The Edson-Jasper wayfreight (L589/L590) power idles on the shop track in Jasper.
GTW SD40-2 5931 departs Jasper with a short work train for the Albreda Sub.
A pair of re-activated GTW SD40-3s idle on the west lead of Jasper's Yard awaiting a crew to take them and their empty ballast train west.