Army Temperate painted CP SD70ACU 7020 leads train 303-608 away from Exshaw following the shores of the Bow River.
Operating on a Rule 564 (Pass stop signal), Toronto bound train 100-24 creeps away from Exshaw with brand new heritage painted SD70ACU 7015 leading.
CP SD70ACU 7015 leads train 100-24 east on CP's Laggan Sub.
Wearing CP's new "Block" heritage scheme, CP SD70ACU 7015 leads Vancouver IMS-Toronto Yard train 100-24 east on CP's Laggan Sub just east of the siding at Exshaw.
Newly rebuilt AC44's meet at Gap Siding. The eastbound crew is setting up to do a roll by inspection.
A westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train follows the placid waters of an emerald Bow River at Exshaw, Alberta, on September 24, 2013.
A wee bit nippy
A sharp curve a mile west of Exshaw has been a favorite spot for photographers back to the 1940s - with the gentle curve of the Bow River and the dramatic peaks of the Cana... (more)
During an unsuccessful fishing outing at Gap Lake, a consist of grain cars led by a pair of units breaks the silence just outside the quiet town of Exshaw.
Gliding along the calm waters of an emerald-colored Bow River is a westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train at Exshaw, Alberta, on September 24, 2013.
A mixed freight train takes the curve west of Exshaw, AB.
An eastbound intermodal travels passed the last few peaks of the Rocky Mountains. (Grant MacEwan Peak and Heart Mountain).
A short Canadian Pacific local heads west out of Exshaw, Alberta, on CP’s Laggan Subdivision along the emerald-colored Bow River on September 24, 2013.
The grain train that held up train 101 at Banff skirts the Bow River just west of Exhsaw.