IC 2715 and SD75I 5766 travel along the east bank of the North Thompson River as they depart Kamloops on the Clearwater Sub.
Kamloops Heritage Railway Society’s ex-CN 2-8-0 2141 departs from the preserved CN station in Kamloops. Built in 1912 by CLC in Kingston, On, the 2141 is the last “light consolidation” class M-3-d... (more)
Along the banks of the South Thompson River just east of Kamloops. A busy day on the rails now that the mainline is open again.
Kamloops' Yard engine idles while it's crew takes a break.
The sun is setting on the last run of the Armstrong explorer as the 2141 glides down the hill into Campbell Creek
The Jasper section of the RMR races though Mackenzie with a friendly wave and a toot of the horn....
The Jasper section of the Rocky Mountaineer heads east out of Kamloops
Viewed through a 10mm lens, "The Spirit of Kamloops" gets ready to descend the hill into Campbell Creek, after returning from a day excursion to Armstrong, BC
The "CP Spirit of 150 Rail Tour" train heads into Kamloops to tie up for the night with 2816 on point and FP7A 1401 in tow.
After arriving from Kamloops via CPR's Shuswap Sub behind KPR's Molycop switcher, KHR 2141 ties down for the night as she prepares for her trip to Armstrong the next day.
KPRs Molycop switcher passes this old CN caboose now being used as a scale house.
RMR 8015 leads the westbound Calgary section on the last strech into Kamloops.
This Kelowna Pacific Railway crew has an unusual train today! They have just coupled on to the Kamloops Heritage Railway steam train so they can tow them 10 miles down Canadian Pacific's Shuswap S... (more)
The Rocky Mountaineer departs Kamloops over a flooding Thompson River
CP 8868 west screams through Pritchard with a pair of Olympic GEVO's.