RMR 609 highballs through a crossing approaching mile 105 on the north track, on the CN Yale sub.
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train rumbles through Martel east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on September 25, 2015. This Canadian luxury rail tour company recently an... (more)
RMRX 8011 leads its passenger train west up the east side of Rogers Pass. Typically, only eastbound trains go down this track but, the Rocky Mountaineer prefers this track because it is more sceni... (more)
Curving through Martel, British Columbia, is the westbound Rocky Mountaineer Railtours luxury passenger train on September 25, 2015. In the background is an eastbound Canadian National intermodal ... (more)
The Rocky Mountaineer Tour Train arrives at King Street Station at Seattle.
Rocky Mountaineer's combined "First Passage to the West"/"Journey Through the Clouds" tour train clears the tunnels at Martel on CN's Ashcroft Sub on its journey to Vancouver.
Rocky Mountaineer's westbound "Journey through the Clouds" tour enters the yard at Kamloops, nearing the end of the first of its two day trip to Vancouver.
Double stacks and double decks meet along the Thompson River. The Rocky Mountaineer tour train rolls west on CN trackage at Martel, BC, near Spences Bridge while an eastbound CN stack train heads ... (more)
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train rumbles through Martel east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on September 25, 2015, while an eastbound Canadian National intermodal tr... (more)
The eastbound Rocky Mountaineer, with its very unique paint scheme, follows the Thompson River east of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 22, 2011.
The northbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train round the bend near Boulevard Park in Bellingham.
After a 2 hour lay over, the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train departed Seattle and was seen going by North Portal. The train would be heading for Vancouver B.C.
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train roll along the Olympic Sculpture Park as it is only about a few miles away from arriving at King St. Station.
The Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage train rolling along the Skagit Valley in Conway.
The northbound Rocky Mountaineer's Coastal Passage Excursion train heading back to Vancouver B.C. as it rolled northbound at the English siding after staying 3 hours in Seattle.