CN 2192 leads a stack train west along Bruce Lake near Swan Landing, AB. CN 2192 was acquired by CN from BNSF about 2010-2011. The unit was built as ATSF 857 and became BNSF 857 before being acqui... (more)
VIA Rail Canada's Canadian approaches Swan Landing early in the morning with a high green.
Eastbound stacks pass through Swan Landing, still not yet filled with all of the runoff from the snow capped Canadian Rockies, with a solo GE on point.
One of the few remaining BC Rail engines leads Eastbound CN 348 by Swan Landing, Alberta on the Edson Subdivision between Jasper and Hinton.
Eastbound CN 310 passes by Swan Landing west of Hinton, Alberta in the final hour of daylight with the Illinois Central heritage unit as solo power.
Thin clouds flow through the darkening sky as a waxing moon makes a showing over Canadian National’s main line at Swan Landing, Alberta. Brilliant colors of sunset have disappeared, with the sce... (more)
On July 20, 2011, Canadian National train 106 passes departs Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta. Leading the train is GE ES44DC No. 2225 and EMD SD70M-2 No. 8908, running along Brule Lake just east ... (more)
VIA Rail’s eastbound Canadian curves along the shore of Brule Lake at Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 13, 2013. EMD F40PH-3 Nos. 6427 and 6410 power the 21-car streamliner eastbound on Canadian N... (more)
With morning clouds still obscuring the scenic Brule Range, a Canadian National potash empty heads eastbound leaving Swan Landing, Alberta, on August 7, 2016.
A SD70m-2 leads an eastbound at Swan landing on the Edison Sub on a beautiful evening in late May 2018
VIA 6427 leads the Canadian along the shore of Brule Lake (Athabasca River) just out of Swan Landing. Passengers have enjoyed a daylight trip through Jasper National Park and will arrive in Edmont... (more)
Near the end of a long summer day along the shore of Brule Lake, Canadian National train No. 119 approaches Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 9, 2014.
CN 2008, CN 2561 and BCOL 4643 lead a eastbound stack train around "Roberston's Curve, just east of Swan Landing, AB on 5/22/17.
An Eastbound stack train glides along the Athabasca River at Swan Landing.