CP 8911 leads its train west near the Lake O'Hara Rd. crossing.
CP 8008 shoves on the rear of an eastbound train near Stephen, BC. While the majority of this train heads up the grade in B.C., the front end has started downgrade in Alberta.
Aiming into the afternoon sun, Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury tour train swings through some curves west of Stephen, British Columbia. Leading the train that has just crested K... (more)
Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury tour train cruises through a curve west of Stephen, British Columbia, on September 13, 2002. Leading the train that has just crested Kicking Hors... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
VIA’s westbound Train 1 “Canadian” with 11 cars passes Stephen, B.C. and is about to leap off Kicking Horse Pass on fateful Oct. 4, 1989. That was the day the Canadian Government announced ... (more)
CP 8532 leads its train east through 'the dip' just east of Wapta Lake in Yoho National Park.
CP 9633 leads its train east upgrade towards the continental divide. This stretch of track once had a siding named Hector.
VIA Rail's eastbound Train 2 "Canadian" near Stephen, B. C, behind an F40 and an F7B with the trans-Canada highway at right.
Eastbound CP 9837 crosses the border from British Columbia into Alberta.
The eastbound Canadian train 2 crests the continental divide in Kicking Horse Pass. The monument marks the actual summit
CP 9021 leads grain empties out of the Hector dip near Stephen, BC on a crisp Spring day.
A morning easbound passes the British Columbia/Alberta border.