The Canadian has just completed its climb up Kicking Horse Pass behind FP7 1416 and an FP9 and will begin its descent into Lake Louise for a station stop. In early May 1978, the train is still in ... (more)
The Canadian holds the siding just east of Kicking Horse Pass waiting for a westbound freight. Today's train is powered by an FP7/FP9 combination, ample power for the seven car winter-sized consis... (more)
The Canadian takes the siding while a westbound freight slides by on the main on Kicking Horse Pass near Summit Lake on the BC/Alberta border west of Lake Louise. The CP head brakeman or fireman g... (more)
Perhaps the most perfect train in the world, the CP Canadian strolls along the Bow River in Banff National Park. Next stop: Banff. Then on to Calgary and points east. An FP7-FP9 combo have a seven... (more)
At the foot of Kicking Horse Pass, candy-stripe FP7 1416 on westbound Canadian Pacific Train 1 "Canadian" receives boiler water at Field, B.C. A downpour of rain had just occurred on June 15, 19... (more)
Dome observation "Prince Albert Park" on the rear of the "Canadian"
FP7 #1416 is on the service track,after arriving from Toronto.
Freshly-painted trailing unit 1406 was wrecked on the return trip from the West Coast.
CP's "Canadian" passes a classic caboose.