Shortly after a heavy rainstorm rolled through the area, CP 8625 leads a loaded grain train past the historic Banff train station in Banff, AB on September 29th, 2022.
BNSF ES44C4 4276 is about to duck under Trans-Canada Highway #1 west of Banff, AB leading a BNSF business train west.
BNSF ES44C4 4276 cools its heels on the main at Banff while its passengers are off for lunch and exploring.
200-02's train pulls into the siding at Banff meeting a BNSF charter reloading passengers on the main.
201-02's train pulls through the siding at Banff, passing business train 31B-03 who is spotted up at the station.
A BNSF business train gets set to pull out of the station at Banff, AB under smoky skies.
Business train 31B-03 holds the main at Banff while 201-02's train passes by in the siding.
BNSF ES44C4 4276 brings a BNSF business train into Banff, AB where its occupants will disembark for a few hours of exploring before continuing on towards Golden, BC.
CP 7001 leads a loaded grain train west at Banff East.
Canadian Pacific F9B No. 1900 is providing more power to a passenger train at Banff, Alberta, on October 1, 2010. The F9B looks very similar to a F7B, but unlike the earlier model, No. 1900 has th... (more)
Canadian National acquired a fleet of its own version of an EMD GP40-2 beginning in 1973. Built with CN’s own custom-designed safety cab that provides better collision protection, as well as cre... (more)
CP 7013 leads a loaded grain train west at Banff East.
CP AC4400CW 9709 and SD70ACU 7023 (wearing the Air Force scheme) lead a loaded grain train past the Banff train station.
Fresh from a rebuild, CP AC4400CWM 8210 leads a loaded potash train west at the east end of Banff.
One of CP's 5 military tribute engines leads a loaded grain train around the bend into Banff.