On the long days of summer you can shoot from the north side of the 1905 built Camden Place Rail Bridge. CP496.
Early on a glorious summer morning a loaded grain train works along the Thompson River, passing the west end of seldom-used Martel siding on CN's Ashcroft Sub. This water-level route is sufficien... (more)
Crowsnest Pass: An eastbound Canadian Pacific manifest freight rolls down the eastern slope of Crowsnest Pass on the British Columbia - Alberta border. The train is about to enter the commu... (more)
CP 202 is eastbound past Bartlett with a wave from the engineer.
A potash train slowly crawls upgrade at MP 118 on the CP Laggan Sub.
Just about at the top of Kicking Horse Pass, another 1/2 mile to go before hitting the Continental Divide and entering British Columbia.
CP Potash train 671 winding its up the 2% grade of Kicking Horse Pass
It has just been over a year since myself and fellow employee's were called into a hall to inform us the company has filled for bankruptcy, and that the mill would cease operations in weeks to com... (more)
Train 103 heads down Neys Hill
CP 105 notches up from a 10mph slow with 93 platforms in tow
Train #292 streaks past #199 at Murray.
Latest ES44AC to be delivered to CPR is without hood lettering; rumor has it that it and sister 8858 will be given special lettering for the upcoming 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games.