CN train on the CN's Ashcroft Sub east of Lytton
CP train on the CN's Ashcroft sub east of Lytton
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer crosses over the Thompson River at Lytton.
After five chases down the Thompson River Canyon to the Lytton Bridge we finally get a shot in the sun. That's how the game is played. Our reward was a BC Rail B39-8E as the second unit.
A different view of the CN bridge over the Thompson River in Lytton. The Fraser River is in the background.
A ballast undercutter with 4 hoppers and a caboose is parked on the bridge at Lytton. It was there for over an hour between ballast dropping duties, in a perfect spot for photography!
It has almost been a year since CP leased 2 EMD SD70ACe's from BNSF for testing as they are seen here leading a manifest over the Fraser River at Cisco on CN's Ashcroft Sub Will modern day EMD (SD... (more)
Two SD40-2's are westbound north of Lytton beside the Thompson River with grain and sulpher loads.
CP 9583 and 8789 lead 199's train west on CN's Ashcroft Sub, while I travel east aboard the RMR on CP's Thompson Sub.
The Empress and her train are heading east along side the Thompson River towards Kamloops. On the opposite side of the river is Canadian National's Ashcroft Sub
This was a rare find, at least for me. SD40-3 GTW 5955 is the trailing unit on this Westbound grain train as they cross over the Fraser River and Canadian Pacific's Thompson Sub
The Empress leads an impressive train over the Fraser River at Cisco with FP9 1401 and F9B 1900 as the trailing power on their Eastbound trip to Kamloops