Northbound mixed freight with a former C&O unit.
3 days before CN abolished all jobs between Williams Lake and Squamish for the foreseeable forte, the daily Southbound skirts the shores of Anderson Lake approaching the small town of D'Arcy, BC
Canadian National train 570 turns out of a 12 degree curve that flanks the approach to the Fraser River Bridge. The train is about a mile from a crew change, at Lillooet, BC. The bridge was buil... (more)
Dropping out of Glenn Fraser on a 2.2% grade. The grade from Kelly Lake to Lillooet, BC is sometimes referred to as Pavillon Mountain. The grade is one of the longest 2.2% grades in North America... (more)
A refurbished Canadian Pacific AC4400 leads a eastbound coal empty out of Ashcroft, BC. The CN main is on the shadow side of the river. The train is set up 1x1x1. About 50% of all trains on CN a... (more)
A southbound train heavy in forest products drops down the 2.2% grade thru the horseshoe at Pavillion, BC. The small village out dates the railroad into the Gold Rush era, and was a stop on the O... (more)
CP 5617 making a intercity service Lisboa-Oriente to Faro
Canadian National southbound #570 descends the steep grade through the Cheakamus Canyon along the former BC Rail Squamish Subdivision. This area is well worth the hike as you're treated to an asso... (more)
For the first outing of 2016 we set out for fresh snow in Cheakamus Canyon. We didn't get it... In return, we received some lovely winter light as a Canadian National southbound from Lillooet desc... (more)
Rapid City to Pierre train leaves Philip on a foggy morning with a new crew.
570 nears the abandoned town of Powell South Dakota at the blistering pace of 10 miles per hours.
The IC3 is a Danish-built high-comfort medium/long distance diesel multiple-unit train. The sets were built by ABB Scandia (later purchased by Adtranz, which itself was subsequently acquired by Bo... (more)
BCOL 4611 is seen working train #570 Prince George-North Vancouver south near Glen Fraser in the Fraser River Canyon north of Lillooet, BC - 07/09/2009