RMRX GP40-2Ws 8014 and 8015 lead the Rocky Mountaineer towards Jasper amidst a light rainfall.
RMRX GP40-2Ws 8014 and 8015 speed towards Jasper with the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer.
GP40-2(W) 8014 and GP40-2 8018 idle at the station in Kamloops after arriving from Banff with Rocky Mountaineer's "First Passage West" tour train.
In its earlier white with blue and red trim scheme, a Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train curves eastbound out of Glenogle, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. Powering the train are ... (more)
GP40-2(W) 8014 and GP40-2 8016 depart from Kamloops with Rocky Mountaineer's "First Passage West" tour train.
Rocky Mountaineer's appropriately named "Journey through the Clouds" tour catches a few rays of sun, cruising westward down the main at Albreda on CN's Albreda Sub. The tour will overnig... (more)
A curious lash-up on the Rocky Mountaineer today. I wonder if there is a VIP section at the head end. And today's helper is CN 5511, an SD60F.
RMR 8014 and 8016 lead Rocky Mountaineer's Journey through the Clouds westbound on CN’s Ashcroft Sub.
Rocky Mountaineer canceled all of the "Yellowhead Route" trains between September 26th and October 4th. P610's equipment has been resting in Jasper ever since arriving on September 25th.
RMRX 8014 sits dead on Jasper's shop track. The unit had very high crankcase pressure and was spewing out thick grey and black smoke while on train P613 from Whistler. It will head to Kamloops in ... (more)
Just out of Lake Louise, the Rocky Mountaineer proceeds west up the hill to Stephen.
The Rocky Mountaineer pauses briefly in Blue River to let a tour group from Jasper off.