Canadian Pacific GE AC4400CW No. 9584 leads an eastbound of empty coal gons into Elko, British Columbia, on September 14, 2002. CP No. 9584 was built by GE in September 1997, and is one of CP’s 43... (more)
CP 8804 leads a coal train into Elko and will turn west here and follow the Kootenay River into Ft. Steele, BC on its way to Roberts Bank.
UP 3642 & UP 7528 Are seen working hard upgrade through
Chasing RCP thru the Rockies is as unforgettable a chase as you could dream of....
Canadian Pacific GP38-2 No. 3084 leads an eastbound passenger extra into Elko, British Columbia, on July 17, 2011. This special train is is headed to Crowsnest Pass and was operated for Children’s... (more)
The Kootenay Express: Forget what year it is and remove the radio tower and the ditch lights. For a second, think that it's 1953, not 2013, and that this is the Kootenay Express, not the Ro... (more)
A Canadian Pacific coal train heads westbound through Elko, British Columbia, on July 17, 2011.
A westbound Canadian Pacific unit coal train climbs through Elko, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011. CP GE AC4400CW No. 9833 leads the train over the Crowsnest Pass route heading for the west coa... (more)
A westbound Canadian Pacific freight curves through Elko, British Columbia. Union Pacific locomotives are common on the Crowsnest Pass route main line, and here UP EMD SD9043MAC No. 8307 teams up ... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific: As someone who grew up flipping through the pages of "Nicholas Morant's Canadian Pacific," the idea of shooting an A-B-A set of CP F-units leading a passenger tr... (more)
Royal Canadian Pacific enroute Cranbrook.
Canadian Pacific GP38-2 3084 leads the Make-A-Wish excursion east at Elko, British Columbia on the afternoon of July 16, 2011. The train was supposed to have CP 4-6-4 2816, but the engine was side... (more)
CP 8861 is seen leading an empty coal train to the Crowsnest area betweenn Fort Steele and Elko - 08/09/2010
Westbound unit coal train, slowing for a meet, while holding the main.
Westbound unit coal train, departing the main, radio controlled slave unit working hard on the rear.