An empty sulphur train destined for the Shell facility at Shantz catches the last light of day between Eldon and Massive, before a nighttime run into Calgary on the Laggan Sub.
CP SD70ACU 7021 shoves on the rear of an empty sulphur train, passing the overlook at Storm Mountain, alongside the shores of the Bow River.
Vancouver bound grain loads head west on the Laggan Sub behind one of CP's Military painted SD70ACUs.
Wearing the Navy scheme, CP SD70ACU 7022 heads west on the Laggan Sub between Massive and Eldon with 303-600's loaded grain train.
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.
A short 10 car ballast train heads to Banff behind a trio of CP SD40-2s.
Wearing CP's script heritage livery, CP SD70ACU 7010 cruises around the curve with 112's train at the Storm Mountain overlook near Mile 100 on CP's Laggan Sub.
On the morning of September 20, 2002, a westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train flies along the Bow River in scenic Banff National Park at Castle Mountain, Alberta. A pair of GE AC4400CWs powe... (more)
A light dusting of some of the season’s first snow decorates the high peaks in the background as an eastbound Canadian Pacific freight arcs along the Bow River at Castle Mountain, Alberta, on Sept... (more)
CP 8913 leads an eastbound intermodal train at Castle Mountain, between Banff and Lake Louise along the Bow River.
7 year-old "Burgh Boy" snaps his first photo in the Canadian Rockies. Here is the link to his photo:
After a night of rain, a morning fog cloaks the Bow River Valley as CP 9753 brings up the rear of a westbound grain train at Castle Mountain.
Dad shot the river here (Photo ID: 288365) while I went for a shot with the mountains.
An eastbound stack train rolls through the Bow River Valley near Castle Mountain.
The RCP passes the lookout at Mile 100.