Dawn at Canal Flats The sun hasn’t risen yet on the morning of September 14, 2002, as Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train rumbles along the serene Columbia River a... (more)
Grain loads begin the slow climb to Banff behind one of CP's military painted units.
Certainly not breaking any speed records, CP SD70ACU 7020 leads 132 grain loads up hill west of Lake Louise on the north track of CP's Laggan Sub at around 7-8mph.
Snow still clings to the mountain tops as G845's train goes about its business at Henry House.
Toronto-Vancouver train 101-07 heads west on the scenic Shuswap Sub approaching Taft East.
Hotshot 101 prepares to crossover to the north track at Greely with a heritage unit leading.
Snowshed and tunnel east of Field.
CP train 2, The Canadian, gives dome passengers an incredible view as it nears the top of Kicking Horse Pass and approaches the Alberta border. Next stop, Lake Louise.
CN SD70I 5610 leads X311's unit train of propane west at Henry House.
A416's train is tied down at Decoigne waiting for the next available crew in Jasper to take it east. Brand new CN 3268 is on the point.
Coal empties have just departed Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub. CN ET44AC 3025 leads the way.
VIA Rail Canada's eastbound Canadian kicks up some fresh snow just west of Grant Brook on CN's Albreda Sub.
The eastbound Canadian tops Kicking Horse Pass after leaving Field, and will soon make a stop at Lake Louise, AB before continuing to Banff and Calgary.
Westbound just out of Nipigon on the north shore of Lake Superior.
Behind the blue Rockies the sun is declining as a lone SD40-2 hustles along the banks of the Bow River with a single gondola for Eldon.