You get what you pay for… Passengers on the Rocky Mountaineer certainly are treated to amazing mountain scenery as the train travels west through Rogers Pass at Glacier. A special thanks to the en... (more)
CP 8840 pops out of the west portal of the Mount Macdonald Tunnel. At 14.7 kilometers long, this is the largest tunnel in the western hemisphere.
A Canadian Pacific hot shot rolls downgrade through Rogers Pass. The Connaught track usually facilitates eastbound traffic, with the MacDonald track receiving the westbound trains. Due to track m... (more)
Early evening as 1029 is the rear helper of a train heading westwards. Strong gusts of wind create a duststorm in the area.
Back in the day when SD40-2s ruled the mountain sub this quartet and their train have just emerged from the Connaught tunnel and are passing under Hyw 1 a couple of miles west of Glacier. (Note o... (more)
CP-helper at the end of a containertrain in Revelstoke in the eveningsun. The head-loc of this train you see on the same bridge on #457490
Containertrain arriving in Revelstoke
Two eastbounds led by CP 8905 and CP 8950 wait to leave Revelstoke.
CP 8839 in a dusty but classic paint scheme awaits another assignment at Revelstoke. Photo has been in my collection for years, no photographer listed on slide.
Coming down Rogers Pass, westbound, in a dumping rainstorm, through a snow/slide shed.
Crossing the Columbia as the skies open and rain begins to pour down.
Westbound special crosses the Columbia River on Revelstokes west side. The entire heritage fleets heads up train after 2816 taken out of service with bad order wheel set.
The Royal Canadian Pacific, about to leave Revelstoke yard, on it's way to Vancouver for the 125 celebrations. CP 2816 Empress steam engine was supposed to be up front on this trip but could not ... (more)
The Revelstoke Plow. In charge of plowing from Ross Peak on the Mountain Sub (roughly 40 miles east of Revelstoke) to Chase on the Shuswap Sub (95 miles west), the plow rests under the shop... (more)