CN 5443 leads a freight west through the "Honeymoon tunnels" along the Thompson River west of Spences Bridge, BC. This area is part of the Skoonkoon Indian Reserve and is near Goldpan Pr... (more)
CN SD50F 4536 leads a pair of SD40-2Ws, one in the North American paint scheme, on a westbound stack train headed for the Vancouver area. The train is just northeast of Spences Bridge rolling alon... (more)
CP 9617 leads a mix of GE and GMD power along the Thompson River several miles west of Spences Bridge, BC. The heavy grain train is using CN's mainline under a recent directional traffic flow agre... (more)
CP 5592 rolls a freight train west through the Thompson River Canyon west of Spences Bridge, BC. The 7th car behind the locos is an icicle breaker car that was used to protect open auto racks from... (more)
CP 434826, an older repainted steel caboose brings up the rear of an eastbound freight cruising along the bank of the Thompson River east of Spences Bridge, BC. The freight featured a group of wor... (more)
CP 5716 and a GP9 lead a freight train east from Spences Bridge towards Ashcroft, BC along the Thompson River Valley. The train featured a number of 40 ft. boxcars and bulkhead flats with wrapped ... (more)
Running westbound along CN tracks at Spences Bridge. The second unit is CP 8008, a GE AC4400CWM (modernized CP 9533)
CP 8919 leads a westbound grainer through the Thompson River Canyon.
A Canadian National Tier IV GEVO CN3061 leads a manifest upgrade thru the Thompson River Canyon. The train is about to pass under Canada Highway 1 on its trip east, thru some of the most spectacul... (more)
Rocky Mountaineer Railtours (affectionately known as "Rocky") traverses the concrete rock sheds and tunnels near Spences Bridge. This section of railroad is challenging for engineers as... (more)
The Vancouver bound Rocky Mountaineer downgrade through Spences Bridge. Not far behind it, was CP's Royal Canadian Pacific with F units.
VIA F40PH-3s 6406 and 6454 lead the westbound Canadian south from Spences Bridge.