CP 8874 leads a grain train east across the Lethbridge viaduct. For those not familiar with the area, it is known for its high winds. So, if you're planning to get a photo here, bring your tripod.... (more)
A BNSF SD70ACe leads the Taber sub wayfreight through Lethbridge, AB.
A matched pair of rebuilt GP9s work the yard during the early morning hours at Kipp. 4202 and sister 4203 were built all the way back in 1955/56 for the New York Central as 5920/5949 respectively.... (more)
I’m not usually a big fan of roster shots, but digging through some old photos I thought this one was too good to pass up. This “CP” latchup features a rebuilt SP SD45 still in its flashy sp... (more)
CP's Dunmore-Lethbridge local A45-18 holds east of town waiting for traffic ahead to clear.
Eastbound freight on High Level Bridge. 1623 m (5327 feet) long.
A pair of SOO locomotives were assembling a train in Kipp yard.
CP 9815 leads a westbound across the High Level viaduct over the Oldman River in Lethbridge.
A CP eastbound leaves Lethbridge headed by GP38 3035 and SD40 5907.
Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury train crosses the massive bridge at Lethbridge, Alberta, on CP’s Crownest Pass route on September 15, 2002. The huge structure, commonly known ... (more)
Borrowed UP Power leads a Northbound out of Lethbridge on a crisp Remembrance Day morning.
SD40-2 5871 and GP38-2 3034 head north on the Aldersyde Subdivision.