Six weeks before the final train of logs rolled out of the forest, this little 0-8-0 pulled its maximum load train through the murk caused by coal and wood fires used to heat every building. Ahea... (more)
Standard 2300-tonne train with the usual pair of QJ's. So hard to believe these giants are now gone!
The thaw is on - spring isn't far away. Photo charter on the D&S.
Steam in the Wasatch - with a clean stack for a change
93's train gets a rollby from 40's crew at the remote siding of Lavan on the the Hiline.
Nevada Northern's 2-8-0 emerges into sunlight made more brilliant by the previous night's snowfall.
Floodlit night shots are becoming a trademark of Heber Valley's photo charters
Photo freight performs for a group of mostly British railfans.
The curved and graded viaduct at SiMingYi can be photographed from so many angles. Here it is seen from across the valley; the second loco has just commenced blowing down, a common practice in st... (more)
For a couple of years in the early 1980's it was possible to experience a traditional passenger train on the now-abandonned Kettle Valley route.
It has almost been forgotten that for its first season the Rocky Mountaineer was a VIA Rail train.
The Skeena aka Rupert Rocket waits patiently while the eastbound Super Continental is service on the adjacent track.
Tied up for the day.
The problem with summertime photography in the mountains is the long maintenance shutdowns. I think this was worth the three hour wait.
Two days into our trip, runpast number 31 produced this image in the beautiful early autumn light.