CN train #411 crosses the Fraser River at Cisco, BC. The north side of this bridge is lit by the morning sun during the long summer days in June
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer crosses the Fraser River on the 247m long CN Cisco Bridge.
Both CN and CP change sides in the Fraser River canyon at Cisco BC..Westbound CN on home rails crosses above the CP bridge..Directional running has CN line for westbounds and CP for eastbounds
Following on from my picture last week of the two crossings over the Fraser river, and thanks by the way to all who commented or voted as favourites many thanks, here is the same train on the clim... (more)
A place that I had always wanted to visit, Canadian National tracks crossing the Fraser river with Canadian Pacific tracks crossing on the bridge further on.
Last light in the canyon as CN 5084 west rolls across the Cisco bridge with a BCR GE (4607) trailing.
A CP Potash train utilizes CN track to cross the Fraser River.
The bright red of 8805, coming off the CN Bridge at Cisco, is in sharp contrast to the darkening shadows in the Fraser Canyon.
Coal loads westbound over CN's Cisco bridge
CP Westbound Coal Train for Roberts Bank
CP eastbound coal empties through Cisco
CP westbound freight passing Cisco
CN 5749 leads a westbound train at Cisco, BC
CP 9126 west at Cisco, BC