Kamloops Heritage Railway Society’s ex-CN 2-8-0 2141 heads west on the Okanagan Sub as it departs from the former CN station with the Spirit of Kamloops exccursion train.
Kamloops Heritage Railway Society’s ex-CN 2-8-0 2141 prepares to depart from the CN station in Kamloops.
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)
Eastbound Campbell Creek to Armstrong excursion passes a farm, with CN(originally Canadian Northern) 2-8-0 2141 as power
The 2141 leaves Westwold behind for what appears to be the last as the sun shines on her train like a spotlight
This is a scene of old meets new. This is a scene or irony. This is a scene you may never see again. Kelowna Pacific’s GP38 has just finish pushing the Spirit of Kamloops train by and is now headi... (more)
As 2141 charges out of Armstrong, BC for Campbell Creek one can see what is needed to keep this steam engine from running, if it wasn't for the tender... there would be no fuel or water for the lo... (more)
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 Spirit of Kamloops" CN 2141 makes her way East through Falkland as her train blends in nicely with all the green colors on her way to Armstrong
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.
Former Canadian Northern 2141, now owned by the city of Kamloops, on the return trip from Armstrong.
"The Spirit of Kamloops" CN 2141 is still climbing a steep grade as she pulls out of the only tunnel on the Kelowna Sub on her way to Armstrong