With a classic A-B-A power consist, the Royal Canadian rolls into Calgary at a leisurely speed. There's only 9 or 10 miles left before its passengers disembark at the Palliser Hotel.
CP's executive special rolls through the small hamlet of Sawyer behind an A-B-A set of F units.
ABA F9's depart Drake leading the Royal Canadian Pacific, meanwhile passing a mural on the elevator.
A-B-A F's roll past both elevators in downtown Velva on a fine Autumn afternoon.
Racing the bank of clouds, CP's A-B-A set of F units hustles East with 12 cars in tow, carrying Bakken oil field executives.
CP's Customer Special rolls through the Northern Plains behind a stunning A-B-A set of F9's.
567's inside F9's idle through the night with CP's 13 car passenger train. Honestly, CP, you have the most beautiful executive train I've ever seen.
The Royal Canadian Pacific: As someone who grew up flipping through the pages of "Nicholas Morant's Canadian Pacific," the idea of shooting an A-B-A set of CP F-units leading a passenger tr... (more)
It was a very dark night as the charter stayed overnight in Golden. Taken with permission.
CP 4107 leads the Royal Canadian Pacific luxury passenger train south across the Carmangay bridge. The original bridge built in 1911 was made of wood. The present steel bridge was made in 1927.
RCP heading north on the Windermere Sub.
The Royal Canadian Pacific has a true classic consist as the A-B-A set travels through Kicking Horse Pass.
Cruising eastbound along Moberly Flats. A reprieve between the Rogers Pass and the Kicking Horse Canyon.
A classic consist in a classic location. This is the first time the B-unit (CP 1900) has been utilized between these two A-units.
The distinct sound of FP9's (and a GP38) can be heard echoing throughout Kicking Horse Pass before CP #4107 pops its nose out of the trees and crosses the Kicking Horse River with the beautiful Ro... (more)