On September 24, 2012, a westbound Canadian Pacific stack train snakes along the Thompson River west of Seddall, British Columbia.
CP 8789 leads its train west along the Bow River. Fall colors are near their peak on this lovely September evening. One could just sit here all day watching trains.
A westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train arcs along the Thompson River at Martel, British Columbia, on September 24, 2012.
On September 24, 2012, a westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train crosses the Thompson River on CN’s Ashcroft Subdivision at Lytton, British Columbia.
Finding a brief sunny spot, a Canadian Pacific stack train heads west at Morris, British Columbia, on Canadian National’s Ashcroft Subdivision in the Thompson River Canyon. Notice how low the rive... (more)
CP 8789 leads a westbound coal train across the Columbia River in Revelstoke. About ten minutes after this train rolled through, the sun went behind the mountains and this area was in shadow.
CP 113 speeds through Heron Bay with Montreal to Vancouver stacks
Canadian Pacific ES44AC No. 8789 leads a westbound stack train west of Seddall, British Columbia, in the scenic Thompson River Canyon on September 24, 2012.
Negotiating at least six curves at once, a Canadian Pacific stack train heads west at Morris, British Columbia, on Canadian National’s Ashcroft Subdivision in the Thompson River Canyon.
At least the leading unit was clean.
Southbound on the Hamilton Sub at Milborough Line.
Westbound CP train on CN's Ashcroft Sub east of Lytton
Westbound CP train on CN's Ashcroft Sub west of Lytton
Train 490 makes a brief stop outside town to let a westbounder out of St. Paul get into the clear.
A switch crew is on board the 490, waiting for some traffic to clear and a section gang to give them the ok to enter the yard.