Mt. Fitzwilliam stands tall as it watches a pair of BC Rail units cruise away with a loaded grain train.
Mt. Fitzwilliam stands tall watching over the daily Chicago-Prince Rupert train Q199.
With Mount Fitzwilliam towering in the background, M309's train cruises off of the south track at the appropriately name Fitzwilliam control point.
After a short wait for VIA #6 to pass, M347 prepares to knock down the signal at Fitzwilliam.
CN ES44DC 2319 leads a loaded Potash train past Yellowhead Lake, while Mount Fitzwilliam provides the backdrop.
CN C40-8 2035 and CREX ES44AC 1328 climb over Yellowhead Pass with train Q198 in tow.
A former CNW C40-8 cruises downhill with CN train Q119, west of Fitzwilliam on CN's Albreda Sub.
CP AC4400CW 9519 and CN SD75I 5689 climb towards Fitzwilliam on CN's Albreda Sub with train C720.
A set of potash empties find a break in the shadows of Winter behind a fresh CN ES44AC.
New CN ES44AC 2862 leads potash empties east on the Albreda Sub.
North Vancouver, BC - Allan, SK potash empties climb towards the Continental Divide behind a brand new GE ES44AC.
At 9,538' tall, BC's Mount Fitzwilliam towers over train M347 as it gathers speed heading downhill on the Albreda Sub behind SD60Fs 5521 and 5506.
Repainted CN C40-8M 2400 and CN C40-8 2124 climb Yellowhead Pass with A412's train in tow.
BC's Mount Fitzwilliam makes VIA Rail's Canadian look like a toy train as it heads west on CN's Albreda Sub.
Mount Fitzwilliam towers above as train Q199 drifts downgrade towards Grant Brook on the single track.