CP FM's wait at the Nelson Engine House
On a lovely spring morning the Kootenay Valley Railway's "hot shot" crosses the Kootenay River at Taghum, BC.
Late afternoon light streams across the work floor at Nelson, BC, last stand of the F-M's.
At CP F-M bastion, 4104 waits on service track. 4104 is restored at Nelson.
A Kootenay Morning
The westbound Trail Hotshot glides down the gentle and beautiful Kootenay river a couple miles west of Nelson. This unique train runs once a day to service the smelter a... (more)
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train crosses over the Kootenay River over the famously photographed Taghum Bridge. The train is traveling railway west from Nelson, BC to Castlegar, BC.
In addition to running a beautifully restored car from what was claimed to be the smallest street railway in the British Empire prior to its abandonment in 1947, Nelson's tourist tramway's western... (more)
Nelson Street Railway: Sixty years after it was first retired and sold off to become a dog kennel and later a chicken coop, Nelson Street Railway car No. 23 looks great along the shores of ... (more)
Almost lost in its own pristine bathtub in the Valhalla Mountains of British Columbia, Canadian Pacific’s local from Nelson to Slocan City continued once a week on a barge for 20 miles in 2 and h... (more)
Much can be seen in this view of Canadian Pacific’s yard at Nelson, B.C. on June 10, 1975: the large depot and division offices under the red roof in the background, adjacent to the car shops; a... (more)
Canadian Pacific FM's bask in the sun at the Nelson Engine house on a quiet Sunday afternoon
A snow storm is well underway as the Canadian Pacific Holiday train rolls over the Taghum bridge on the Boundary Sub en-route to Castlegar.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolls into Nelson westbound as they will make a quick crew change before departing for Castlegar.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train ties up for the night in Nelson, BC.