Painted in Army Temperate Regions green, CP SD70ACU 7020 is seen just west of Exshaw leading a loaded grain train.
Grain loads begin the slow climb to Banff behind one of CP's military painted units.
Grain loads head into Banff behind CP SD70ACU 7020.
6 CP SD40-2s throttle up as they depart the east switch at Banff, heading to the shop in Calgary for some weekend servicing after running work trains all week.
CP SD40-2 6069 brings up the rear of a 6 unit eastward move to the shops in Calgary.
CP ES44ACs 8728 and 8730 lead train 199-11 through Banff.
CP 2816 makes a stop at the depot in Banff on a rainy day in June 2011. This was the only time (so far) that I was able to see this beauty of a beast in action this close up.
Under some beautiful skies, a trio of SD40-2s head into the yard at Banff with a short ballast train.
Vancouver-Montreal train 112-10 speeds towards Banff behind one of CP's new heritage units.
Canadian Pacific’s colorful H1b Hudson No. 2816, the “Empress,” is at the Banff, Alberta, station with a passenger train operated for the Lexington Group on October 01, 2010.
CP 8899 leads its train east at Banff East.
Canadian Pacific GE AC4400CW Nos. 9626 and 9664 power an empty eastbound Canpotex potash train into the west end of the siding at Banff, Alberta, on the morning of September 20, 2002. Both locomot... (more)
An Eastbound CP freight powers through the much photographed station at Banff.
During the stop at Banff, Alberta, a crewman boards the FP7 on the point of VIA #2, the eastbound Canadian, as a Canadian Pacific work train behind a pair of SD40-2s waits in the clear.