The eastbound Banff/Calgary section of the Rocky Mountaineer is running about 3 to 4 hours late here along the Kicking Horse River. That made this 8:00p.m. shot possible.
Westbound Rocky Mountaineer passes through The Rocky Mountains with fresh snow on a lovely spring morning. May 7th and the temperatures were still sub-zero here this morning (-10C, 14F).
Westbound Rocky Mountaineer. The third locomotive is NREX 2903, an EMD GP-50.
The eastbound (or northbound) Rocky Mountaineer Coastal Passage train rolling along part of the Seattle Waterfront in North Portal.
The Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train heading back to Vancouver BC after making an unexpected trip to Seattle during a fine afternoon in the Emerald City. Apparently, this was an extra tra... (more)
The Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train making a surprise trip along the BNSF Scenic Subdivision in Edmonds as it continues the trip to Seattle from Vancouver B.C. I didn't expect this train... (more)
GP40-2L(W) 8012, GP40-2 8016 and leased NREX GP50 2903 lead the Calgary section of the Rocky Mountaineer into the station at Kamloops.
GP40-2L(W) 8012, GP40-2 8016 and leased NREX GP50 2903 lead the Calgary section of the Rocky Mountaineer eastbound on the Shuswap Sub.
While the citizens of Calgary head to work, the Rocky Mountaineer sets out for the mountains of Southern Alberta and British Columbia. This excursion is the first westbound trip out of Calgary si... (more)
RMRX 8012 leads its passenger train west out of Calgary.
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer crosses the Thompson River at Bridge 3 just east of Ashcroft.
RMRX GP40-2s 8012 and 8018 approach Martel with the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer operating on the CN Ashcroft Sub today, due to the CPR TCRC strike.
The Eastbound Rocky Mountaineer has just departed the siding at Spences Bridge where it met 3 westbounds.
RMRX GP40-2s 8012 and 8018 lead The Rocky Mountaineer east along the shores of the Thompson River, east of Spences Bridge, BC. Due to the CP Rail strike, all trains are being run on the CN side of... (more)
RMR 8012 and 8016 lead the westbound Rocky Mountaineer on CN's Ashcroft Sub.