The Royal Canadian Pacific heads West through Lytton, BC with 4 units and 18 cars. This was supposed to feature CP's "Empress" # 2816 but due to last minute mechanical problems she was unable to m... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific, about to leave Revelstoke yard, on it's way to Vancouver for the 125 celebrations. CP 2816 Empress steam engine was supposed to be up front on this trip but could not ... (more)
CP 4107 leads the Royal Canadian Pacific through Morant’s Curve.
The Royal Canadian Pacific crosses Anderson Creek Bridge after departing Boston Bar on Canadian National’s Yale Sub. The bridge reaches a maximum height of 112 feet and is 914 feet long.
The Royal Canadian Pacific led by FP9 4107, GP 38-2 3084 and FP9 4106 highball the town of Hope as they travel west on Canadian National’s Yale Sub. A freighting moment occurred a few miles west o... (more)
Canadian Pacific's pair of FP9's head east towards Calgary as they leave the Rocky Mountains behind.
Heading East through Exshaw, Canadian Pacific's F-Units return to Calgary from Banff on a beautiful fall day
A charter enters the south end of Golden Yard.
The sleekness of the "Royal Canadian Pacific" blends well with the natural beauty of Alberta.
Passengers aboard the Royal Canadian Pacific enjoy the beauty of the landscape as the train rounds a sweeping curve outside of Sparwood, BC.
The passengers on the Royal Canadian Pacific are treated to spectacular scenery and gorgeous weather as they roll north along CP's Windermere Subdivision.
Passengers on the Royal Canadian Pacific enjoy spectacular mountain scenery as the train heads for Golden, BC.
Lead unit on the "Royal Canadian Pacific" sets a striking pose as the western sun sets.
The Royal Canadian Pacific rolls through the Alberta Prairie as the passengers enjoy a sunset dinner of the first day of their week-long sightseeing adventure.
Fall was in full swing last year with trees changing colours along the MacTier Subdivision, here a northbound RCP train rolls through the countryside of Palgrave, Ontario.