Running an abysmal 20h15 late, Toronto-Vancouver train #1 finally shows up in Jasper.
VIA Rails No. 2 "The Canadian" passes along the Athabasca river in Jasper National Park during a stormy afternoon on June 20, 2016.
Dwarfed by the rugged scenery of Jasper National Park, Canadian National intermodal train No. 119 passes Jasper Lake just west of Devona, Alberta, on July 16, 2013.
An eastbound Canadian National unit potash train (empty) approaches Geikie, Alberta, on August 5, 2016.
With spring finally arriving to the region, its a perfect time for a hike into the Mink. A short 52 car Toronto Yard, ON - Winnipeg, MB freight twists along Lake Superior and through Mink Tunnel.
Surrounded by towering mountains, VIA Rail’s westbound “Canadian” is minimized by the scenery of Jasper National Park, even though the train powered by three F40PH-3s is 23 cars long! The streamli... (more)
CN SD70M-2 8931 idles away on the tailend of train L76852 20 in the yard at Leyland. L76851 20 derailed up at the mine earlier in the morning which has forced the crew of the 2nd cut to go to bed ... (more)
The Ocean, at speed in the Matapedia River Valley in Quebec Province, Canada. Eaatbound with lead unit MLW FPA-4, VIA 6786, taken from the shoulder of Rt.132.Train will shortly arrive at Matapedia... (more)
The Canadian has just completed its climb up Kicking Horse Pass behind FP7 1416 and an FP9 and will begin its descent into Lake Louise for a station stop. In early May 1978, the train is still in ... (more)
The Rocky Mountains dwarf train A417 as it enters the south track at Henry House.
With train M302 stalled on the Albreda Sub hill, empty grain train G834 was able to sneak by on the much steeper Robson Sub. Normally this line only sees westbound traffic.
Due to ongoing problems on BNSF's Hi-Line subdivision in Montana, there have been quite a few grain trains detouring on CN tracks between Vancouver, BC and Emerson, MB/Noyes, MN. Here we see CN C4... (more)
CN SD60 5431 leads train Q192 past a tied down M302 at Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub. Business is booming and there have been a lack of crews on hand at Jasper as of late.
An Eastbound stack train glides along the Athabasca River at Swan Landing.
VIA's eastbound Canadian A Roger Puta Photograph