L523 slowly coasts down the steep grade from the Fox River Subdivision to the Thilmany Paper Mill, otherwise known as the Water Power Spur from the C&NW days. A calling point to the local for the ... (more)
Still flying white flags from its previous assignment, a set of Canadian National GP40-2W’s wait on a servicing track at Hamilton, Ontario.
In its earlier white with blue and red trim scheme, a Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train curves eastbound out of Glenogle, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. Powering the train are ... (more)
The Rocky Mountaineer Railtour train is highballing west from Ashcroft.
CN GMD GP40-2W 9643 leads GTW SD40-2 5935 (ex-UP 4132, nee-MP 3182) and CN GP40-2LW 9414 eastbound near London, Ontario. A Dave Stowe Photo.
GO Transit GMD GP40-2W 707 on lease to CN Rail in October 1982; This unit was acquired by CN in 1991, repainted and renumbered CN 9674.
As part of a new service introduced in May 2014, the southbound "Coastal Passage" Rocky Mountaineer crosses Chuckanut Bay a few miles south of Bellingham, as viewed from Woodstock Farm.
RLHH 3404 - RLHH 3403 - RLHH 3049 pause in the yard at Brantford after arriving from Paris on their first revenue run on SOR
The eastbound Rocky Mountaineer, with its very unique paint scheme, follows the Thompson River east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 22, 2011.
The northbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train round the bend near Boulevard Park in Bellingham.
After a 2 hour lay over, the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train departed Seattle and was seen going by North Portal. The train would be heading for Vancouver B.C.
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train roll along the Olympic Sculpture Park as it is only about a few miles away from arriving at King St. Station.
HESR 3036, still wearing its classic Central Michigan colors, yards its train from Bay City in Durand.
Just after sunrise and moments before the snow started falling, an ex-CN GP40-2W sits in DuBois Yard. The unit was on the B&P to be rebuilt and repainted for another G&W family railroad.
MP 187. This is an unusual milepost, as almost all of them around here are stone slabs, which I find much more interesting.