It's pretty rare to get a photo of the eastbound and westbound "Canadian" trainsets meeting, let alone in these parts! However, #1 was running over 17 hours late and is seen cruising dow... (more)
VIA #1 (16h43 late) meets VIA #2 (00h11 late) at snowy downtown Blue River, BC.
Prince George-Vancouver train M355 departs Blue River after a crew change. Much of the traffic on this train is destined for the BNSF at Vancouver.
Repainted from LMS blue into CN's current scheme, IC C40-8W 2458 bring train M301 into Blue River for a crew change.
After a fresh snowfall, BCOL C40-8Ms 4619 and 4624 charge into Blue River for a crew change with train A417 in tow.
An extra 417 flies past the approach to Redsand on CN's Albreda Sub.
CN C40-8W 2190 and BCOL C44-9W 4646 near a crew change at Blue River, following the shores of the North Thompson River just east of Redsand with train M301.
CN 8830 pulls its train thru the pouring rain just south of Blue River BC.
CN C44-9W 2648 pulls into the east end of Blue River's yard with Prince George-Vancouver train X472. The train will tie down in track 1 awaiting a crew to come on duty.
Mixed freighttrain near Blue River
After a crew change in Blue River, BC, M301's train sets out onto the Clearwater Sub.
An early VIA #1 lets its passengers stretch their legs during a beautiful afternoon in downtown Blue River.
VIA detouring in Montana? It may look that way, as VIA's westbound Canadian pulls into Blue River, BC passing a Prince Rupert bound loaded coal train from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. The C7... (more)
Ahead of it's schedule, VIA Rail's westbound "Canadian" sits at Blue River, BC to let its passengers take in some fresh air on a rare 20 minute stop.
A pair of SD75Is lead M302 out of Blue River after a crew change. There is lots of smoke in the air due to large forest fires all over northern BC.