CP 8874 East at Gap Lake.
CP 8874 East at Banff.
Westbound CP 9524 approaching the east end of Banff Siding.
Wapta Lake is formed from Cataract Brook and Blue Creek in Yoho National Park, and is the source of the Kicking Horse River. The Trans-Canada Highway passes on the north shore of the lake, while ... (more)
CP Potash train 671 winding its up the 2% grade of Kicking Horse Pass
The Royal Canadian Pacific was completely unexpected but was the perfect way to start of my trip in Canada. It was the first train of the trip. She was pulling into Banff to pick up a group of s... (more)
Eastbound stack train approaches Morant's Curve.
Taken from a roadside picnic table at Gap Lake, grain empties head east on the Laggan Sub.
A westbound freight climbs the North Track out of Lake Louise with a "Red Barn" running third.
An eastbound stack train descends the South Track into Lake Louise with the Trans Can Highway on the left and the "new" North Track on the hillside in the background.
7 year-old "Burgh Boy" snaps his first photo in the Canadian Rockies. Here is the link to his photo:
A westbound potash train passes the Banff Station in this view from just over 7,000 feet.
CP 8866 continues east with a stack train after dropping trailing unit CP 9642 off on the siding.
Most of the stack trains we saw ran with one engine up front and one DPU in the middle. CP 9665 had the mid-train honors on this westbound stack train at Banff East.