Oilfired 4-6-4 steamlocomotive class "H1b" # 2816 "Empress" of the Canadian Pacific Railway, built in 1930 by the Montreal Locomotive Works, with an employee special in Revelst... (more)
Still a caboose at the end of the train.
The eastbound Canadian leaves Revelstoke.
The eastbound Canadian crosses the Columbia River east of Revelstoke.
CP 5565 and a number of other SD40-2 occupy the Revelstoke, BC locomotive facilities at CP Rail's yard in that city. It may be August, but there was plenty of moisture earlier this day.
Westbound freight emerges from one of the tunnels at Eagle Pass west of Revelstoke.
A recent winter trip in search of snow plows... It didn't disappoint! An plow set travels east on Canadian Pacific's Mountain Sub at Greely.
On September 30, 2015, eastbound Canadian Pacific stack train No. 302 crosses the Columbia River entering Revelstoke, British Columbia.
The eastbound Canadian makes a station stop at Revelstoke, BC on a day that feels more like fall than August.
Two trains wait to leave Revelstoke, British Colimbia.
CP 5565 and mates await their next assignment at Revelstoke under changing weather conditions on a late August afternoon in August 1976.
Clanwilliam is on the Shuswap sub west of Revelstoke
An eastbound empty potash train has got a fresh crew onboard as they depart Revelstoke and along CP's Mountain Subdivision, most famous for the crossing of Rogers Pass.
CP 8884 leads its train west across the Columbia River in Revelstoke.