Royal Canadian Pacific westbound in the Thompson River Canyon.
A Canadian Pacific grain train makes its way east over Cisco bridge
The Royal Canadian Pacific Crosses one of the many bridges as it works upgrade along the muddy Thompson River.
CN 802 crosses the CP Cisco Bridge following closely behind a CP empty grain train.
CP Train 607 passes through Lytton, BC.
A westbound CP coal train crosses over Cisco bridge
From the overlook at Skihist Provincial Park, we see CP 8554 leading sister 9823 and 62 auto racks east in the Thompson Canyon
The Royal Canadian Pacific is led by newly restored FP9 as it crosses Cisco bridge on her first trip East through the Fraser Canyon
BNSF 9385 and BNSF 9337 cross the Famous Lytton Bridge as they haul 401's train to Coquitlam. Note, you can still see damage from the CP Coal train derailment under the BNSF 9337.
CP Coal train running westbound on CN's Ashcroft Sub through the Fraser Canyon.
Still in the classic "Zebra Look" a SD60F of CN is meeting another CN train going downstream in the Thompson river canyon near Drynoch.
Another doublestack container train from the Port of Vancouver is heading east trough the beautiful Thompson River Canyon. On the other bank the track of Canadian National, on which the trains rol... (more)
Empty coal train from Roberts Bank into the Canadian Rockies at Thompson MP 85. At the end of the train was leasing loc AC4400 CFEX 1051.
Exercising CN running rights a CP westbound stack train goes though Morris on CN's Ashcroft Sub.
Looking like a model railroad a CP Westbound coal train coasts though the Thompson Canyon for Roberts Bank, BC