CP passenger power for the Canadian was not always FP7s or FP9s. Here on a rainy June day in Vancouver, BC, passenger GP9s await there turn at the helm of the famous train. No. 8520 sports its as ... (more)
An eastbound Canadian Pacific stack train passes the west switch at Savona, British Columbia, on the morning of July 22, 2011.
An eastbound CP freight featuring white flags and no ditch lights rolls along the Thompson River nearing Spences Bridge, BC en route to Kamloops. The CN is across the river.
An empty Canadian Pacific unit coal train passes through Spillimacheen, British Columbia, amid the autumn splendor of this season on the Windermere Subdivision on October 3, 2010.
CP 8520 drags 112`s train over the crest of the ruling eastbound grade on the White River Subdivision and continues eastbound to Chapleau.
CP 8520 and SOO 6026 pulls about 20 cars past Division Street.
7 year-old "Burgh Boy" snaps his first photo in the Canadian Rockies. Here is the link to his photo:
Dad shot the river here (Photo ID: 288365) while I went for a shot with the mountains.
An eastbound stack train rolls through the Bow River Valley near Castle Mountain.
A loaded grain train awaits a crew at Keith to take it west on the Laggan Sub.
The heat of exhaust blurs the trees as 8520 West roars into Galt on a beautiful afternoon
Time-sensitive Manifest Train from Bensenville - Coquitlam. (Canon EOS20D, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM)
Two CP AC's pull double-stacks west over the Nipigon Bridge.