CN 2600 leads a westbound hotshot across the bridge at Cisco.
Here is a view looking through the Canadian Pacific Ry. bridge and tunnel at Cisco, BC near Lytton where the CP and CN change sides of the Fraser Canyon. this is their second bridge. The first one... (more)
A CP empty grain train rolls east under a westbound CN freight at Cisco, BC where the two lines swap sides of the Fraser River Canyon south of Lytton, BC. Directional running is in place.
VIA's Super Continental crosses the Fraser River on the CN Cisco bridge. The eastbound train will soon make a stop at Lytton, BC. The CP bridge and mainline can be seen behind and underneath the C... (more)
CN SD50F no. 5450 leads a trio of former CN SD40s, now GCFX leasers, across the Fraser River at Cisco, BC. The bridge also goes over the CP main, just behind the camera location.
A CN freight works its way west toward Pt. Mann's Thornton Yard at Cisco, BC in the Fraser River Canyon above Boston Bar. CN suffered a fire on their bridge, and when repaired it was primed in ora... (more)
CP 9545 made a surprise appearance at Cisco, running westbound on CP while a westbound CN train crossed overhead. The CP train was deemed hot enough that CP ran it against the flow of normal joint... (more)
Running approximately five hours behind schedule, VIA F40PH-3s 6406 and 6454 lead the westbound Canadian over CP's Thompson Sub and the Fraser River at Cisco, BC.
The westbound Canadian soars high above CP's Thompson Sub and the Fraser River at Cisco, BC.
Brand new CP AC4400CWM 8040 leads a loaded grain train west on CN's Ashcroft Sub, part of the CN/CP co-production directional run zone.
Brand new CP AC4400CWM 8040 leads a loaded grain train over the Cisco bridge.
CP ES44AC 8909 leads loaded coal train 861-337 west on CN's Ashcroft Sub, which is part of CN and CP's directional run, co-production zone.
CP ES44AC 8909 leads a loaded coal train across the Cisco Bridge.
VIA Rail Canada's westbound Canadian has just crossed over the Cisco Bridge, high above the Fraser River and gathers speed after its passengers took in the view at walking speed.
VIA's westbound Canadian soars high above the Fraser River at Cisco on CN's Ashcroft Sub as CN's Q116 heads east underneath it on CP's Thompson Sub. If only VIA were 5 seconds earlier!!