The Coors Light "Silver Bullet Express" has come to a rest in Jasper after a speedy 5h45 minute trip from Edmonton.
The Coors Light "Silver Bullet Express" is down to its last couple of miles before party time in Jasper!
After chasing this train all the way from Edson to Jasper, I finally catch the train in a bit of sunshine, as it slows to a stop, following CN M309 into town from English.
A pair of C40-8Ms in different paint schemes hustle the switcher towards Jasper.
CN SD70M-2 8920 prepares to take the light at Geikie, climbing west out of Jasper with train Q199.
VIA F40PH-3 6406 heads into Jasper with "The Canadian." A couple of Rocky Mountaineer's "Whistler Mountaineer" cars are returning west from painting in Toronto.
Starting to show some signs of dirt, a recent graduate from VIA Rail's F40PH-2 rebuild program sits quietly at the west end of Jasper Yard.
Operating in DP mode, CN SD70M-2 8806 guides train C770 out of Jasper.
CN SD70M-2 8806 prepares to shove train C770's coal empties out of Jasper.
After gathering 2.5 hours of delay in Jasper, Q199 finally departs behind a pair of CN's newest additions.
Loaded coal train C779, rounds the curve at English heading towards Jasper for a crew change.
A pair of SD70M-2s begin their final climb before arriving at Jasper.
VIA Train #1 resumes speed after crossing up to the north track of the Edson Sub at Henry House.
A loaded coal train glides west on the north track of CN's Albreda Sub, just west of Geikie.
CN SD70M-2 wastes no time getting 22,000 tons of coal back up to speed after a crew change in Jasper.