An early morning Hannibal Sub train passing the wye at the Portage de Sioux power plant.
With the sun just over the horizon, the H-GALMEM is slowly making its way to a Missouri River crossing north of St. Louis.
I got eaten alive by mosquitos the previous time I went to this location. I confirmed that the mosquitos were still there. This is the CP Thompson Sub east of Lytton, British Columbia.
The iconic bridges at Cisco. The CN and CP change to opposite sides of the Fraser River at these bridges just south (railroad west) of Lytton. The Canadian Pacific train in the photo is on the C... (more)
A westbounder rolling along the Thompson River near Martel.
A westbounder passing through White Canyon near Lytton, British Columbia.
An eastbound CN stack train at Spences Bridge, passing in front of Arthur Seat Mountain (1672 m)
A LORAM ballast cleaner is headed west on the CP Thompson Sub at Basque. Just around the bend at the top of this photo there are switches which allow the CP and CN to go back to bi-directional ru... (more)
An eastbound potash train has just passed through Spences Bridge on the CP Thompson Sub.
From high on the cliffs above the Thompson River canyon, a westbound coal train can be seen on the CN Ashcroft Sub.
An eastbound empty coal train winding along the Thompson River between Lytton and Spences Bridge on the CP Thompson Sub.
CPR 8625 is in the White Canyon along the Thompson River.
The view from Sikhist park is perfect to watch this westbound stack train on the CN Ashcroft Sub.
A westbound Canadian National manifest is crossing the Thompson River west of Ashcroft. This is the CN Ashcroft Sub just outside of Black Canyon.
This CPR track maintenance crew was using every bit of available track time to gather up old ties and pile them up at Spences Bridge. This truck is deceptively powerful and able to move along at ... (more)