Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury train head east toward Crowsnest Pass at Wardner, British Columbia, on September 14, 2002. The spiffy train of mostly heavyweight business cars is ... (more)
After the passengers visited Fort Steele, Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury train head east toward Crowsnest Pass at Wardner, British Columbia, on September 14, 2002. The classy tra... (more)
Union Pacific EMD SD9043MAC No. 8264 leads a westbound Canadian Pacific freight west of Wardner, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011. A total of five UP SD9043MACs lead the train, along with a CP S... (more)
A Canadian Pacific coal empty is heading east to the coalfields on the Fording Subdivision at Wardner, British Columbia, on July 14, 2011.
An early evening thunderstorm drenches a CP coal train rolling west along the Kootenay River near Wardner, BC. This was the last shot of the day on the first day out on a three week railfan advent... (more)
Heading east to the coalfields on the Fording Subdivision, a Canadian Pacific coal train passes through Wardner, British Columbia, on July 14, 2011.
On the final stretch of their journey from Cowley, Alberta to Cranbrook, British Columbia, the Royal Canadian Pacific rolls alongside the Kootenay River.
UP 8276, 8307, 7065, and 5521 lead an empty potash train eastbound on the Cranbrook Sub.
Canadian Pacific GP38-2 No. 3084 leads a passenger train near Wardner, British Columbia, on July 16, 2011. This is a special train for Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada operated over portions o... (more)
If [insert candidate here] wins, well then I'm moving to Canada!: People say it every four years, but I doubt anyone has ever done it. But if you're serious this year, and you're looking fo... (more)
A westbound coal train skirts the frozen shore of Lake Koocanusa.
I took this shot looking back on our 69 car loaded grain train as the tailend goes under the Crowsnest hiway 3 overpass at Wardner, BC
Eastbound Royal Canadian Pacific tour train, alongside the Kootenay River.