The westbound Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train descends the route over Kicking Horse Pass at Cathedral, British Columbia, on September, 13, 2002. Leading the train is an A-B-A set of EMD F u... (more)
As dusk approaches, CP 5672 West with candy-stripe SD40s descends Kicking Horse grade at Cathedral, B.C. for a crew change at the foot of the grade at Field.
Eastbound CP 9837 climbs the Big Hill at Cathedral.
The early morning light bathes an eastbound stack train as it climbs the Big Hill at the Cathedral signals.
The mid-train DPU on a westbound potash train approaches Cathedral Tunnel.
A late-day eastbound stack train climbs the grade through Cathedral Tunnel.
An eastbound stack train passes through Cathedral Tunnel as it climbs towards the Spiral Tunnels.
A morning eastbound train passes the signals at Cathedral West before a beautiful mountain backdrop.