SRY 129 (GP9) and SRY 153 (MP15DC) have the honors of pulling Dennis Washington’s newly refurbished passenger cars. This was the first trip on the mainline for the passenger cars.
The Chilliwack turn rolls over the Vedder River on a Sunday morning as they travel east towards the CN interchange in Chilliwack.
The day yard puts their power, SRY 135 (GP9) and SRY 001 (SW900-Slug), to the barns to complete their day.
The westbound hotshot destined for Castlegar and Trail travels alongside the Kootenay River, which is pretty calm now at this time of the year, giving off a nice reflection west of Taghum on the B... (more)
The Annacis barge job pulls the last track off the bow of the Carrier Princess as they complete their unload. The head end of the train is long behind the tree line as it was a full load of rail c... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific has a true classic consist as the A-B-A set travels through Kicking Horse Pass.
The Royal Canadian Pacific crosses over one of the many trestles in the Kicking Horse Pass as the train travels aast to Field.
The High Level Bridge in Lethbridge, Alberta, which is 307 feet tall and one mile and forty seven feet long, dwarfs the Empress and her train as she makes one of many runs that day.
A grain train exits the West portal of the Mount Shaughnessy Tunnel and immediately crosses over a bridge. One of the many spectacular highlights you can find in Rogers Pass.
The 122-001 is the power for the 1530 yard crew as they switch Trapp Yard. It is a game day for the Lower Mainland, as the Vancouver Canucks are home to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Pl... (more)
CP 4107 leads the Royal Canadian Pacific through Morant’s Curve.
The Royal Canadian Pacific crosses Anderson Creek Bridge after departing Boston Bar on Canadian National’s Yale Sub. The bridge reaches a maximum height of 112 feet and is 914 feet long.
The Royal Canadian Pacific led by FP9 4107, GP 38-2 3084 and FP9 4106 highball the town of Hope as they travel west on Canadian National’s Yale Sub. A freighting moment occurred a few miles west o... (more)
Canadian Pacific's pair of FP9's head east towards Calgary as they leave the Rocky Mountains behind.
On a beautiful fall morning a Canadian Pacific grain train heads east through Exshaw.