A westbound Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train tops the summit of Kicking Horse Pass at Divide, Alberta, on September 20, 2002, powered by FP7 No. 1400, FP9 No. 1401 and GP38-2 No. 3084.
Cresting the summit of Kicking Horse Pass at Divide, Alberta, is the westbound Royal Canadian Pacific passenger train on September 20, 2002, pulled by FP7 No. 1400, FP9 No. 1401 and GP38-2 No. 308... (more)
In glorious sunshine, train 111 hits the crossovers at Divide, the top of the CPR world on Kicking Horse Pass. Ahead lies the BC border, and the 13 mile 2.2% descent to Field
CP SD40-2 5940 leads train #469 heading upgrade approaching Divide.
Royal Canadian Pacific "Passenger 4106 East" has just come thru the Kicking Horse Pass spiral tunnels & is nearing Lake Louise.
CP 8647 West splits the signals at DIVIDE.
A westbound freight passes under the Trans Canadian Highway at Divide.
An eastbound stack train pulls towards a stop at the Lake Louise station on the South Track.
A black bear cub dashes in front of an eastbound freight. I'm glad to report that he made it!
An eastbound stack train approaches the signals at Divide.
CP 9718 East heads an empty grain train at MP 119 South Trk Laggan Sub as a westbound container train heads west on the north track.