CP 8646 and 9369 are two of the four locomotives hauling this long potash train westward through the Canadian Rockies.
An eastbound grain train passes through Morant's Curve on a bright winter morning.
Is there anything left to do at these iconic locations that hasn't been done before? Well, until you've been there yourself and shot it your way, yes! I love night photography. I have so much more... (more)
Some say the world famous and iconic Morant's Curve is over photographed. With a backdrop like this, I disagree. I didn't quite get the weather conditions I was hoping for, but its hard for this a... (more)
Beneath the spectacular mountains of Banff National Park, an eastbound Canadian Pacific grain train curves along the Bow River at Morant’s Curve east of Lake Louise, Alberta, on July 13, 2013.
The conductor seems to enjoy seeing us for the third time, as 9739 dashes through Banff.
A slightly different angle at Morants Curve. The paint is looking a little rough on lead unit CP 9826
A Canadian Pacific grain train heads west under stormy weather during a brief moment of sunshine at Ottertail, British Columbia, on September 23, 2013.
CP AC4400CW No. 9727 operating as rear DPU on a grain train has a unique paint job with “Canadian Pacific” spelled out in one line and no “Golden Beaver” logo. This westbound train is at Ottertail... (more)
Passing a reflective mountain lake, a westbound Canadian Pacific grain train departs Field, British Columbia, on September 23, 2013.
Big GE shoves on the rear of a heavy train tackling Kicking Horse Pass.
GP40-2(W) # 8015 and 8014 are pulling the "Rocky Mountaineer" along Bow river and through Morant's curve from Banff towards the Kicking Horse pass.