Cheakamus Canyon in my opinion is one of the most spectacular railroad locations in Canada. The railroad drops on a steep 2.2% grade along side of the raging Cheakamus River cutting a narrow defi... (more)
A bird-eyes view around the CN Woodcrest Shops. There is a deadline of SD60's north of the shops, but these 2 units are sitting out back. Also the natural gas flat cars are here OOS. Lots of power... (more)
Before the Fire Storm!!! Fires have broken out across British Columbia and this will be the last Southbound train on the BC Rail for about 2 months. This is known as the Grand Canyon of Canada, It... (more)
An underpowered westbound Canadian National westbound manifest slugs it out over the Cisco bridges on its journey to Vancouver. The scenic and often photographed location is deep in the confines... (more)
Canadian National Manifest 570 is easing down the grade at Bridge 56.6, deep in the Cheakamus River Canyon. The heavy southbound is in full dynamics as the hill here is a steep 2.2% decent to the ... (more)
Grand Canyon of Canada is what many call the deep defile along the Upper Fraser River. It is officially called the Fraser River Canyon. The long 2.2% former British Columbia Railway grade north o... (more)
A fairly new Canadian National Tier IV GE leads a manifest into Lytton deep in the Fraser River Canyon. The Lytton area was once known as the Forks, and was settled during the Fraser Canyon Gold ... (more)
Daytime layover for the "G" class 6 Roomette-6 Double Bedroom-4 Section sleeper
Flying thru the burg of Theresa on its was south.
As the Sunsets work continues in to the night.
Rolling thru some small drifts on it's way west to battle with more snow.
In the low light of a February evening, a northbound CN train 303 rolls out of Rugby Jct. I believe this was detour due to a derailment in northern Ontario. The GEVO and SD40-2W combo makes for ... (more)
As the setting sun dips behind a high switch stand, a single CN C44-9W works the Ste-Foy yard amid very cold temperatures.
In the dense fog at 2am, NS 48J, with CN, BNSF, and NS engines, head through the thickness.