Boundary in Bloom!
The westbound Kootenay Valley Railway hotshot, led by ex-SOO SD40-2 6613 rumbles through Shoreacres, the former siding now overgrown by flowers. Much of the Boundary Sub... (more)
On the morning of July 23, 2011, a 132-car Canadian Pacific coal train powered by Nos. 9816 and 9541 (along with DPU No. 8873) traverses the scenic Thompson River Canyon west of Drynoch, British C... (more)
A pair of Canadian Pacific SD40-2s rest in the yard at Field, British Columbia, on July 18, 2011.
I just happened to be in the area when I heard the Royal Canadian Pacific was going out for a quick trip to Lake Louise from Calgary. Catching this train is proving to be difficult this year due t... (more)
An eastbound intermodal travels passed the last few peaks of the Rocky Mountains. (Grant MacEwan Peak and Heart Mountain).
When you can't get the train you want, a front facing DPU will do just fine. CP 9668 brings up the rear of train 401 near Johnston Creek. This view has opened up nice as of recent. It appears they... (more)
Train 401 rounds the bend near the east end of Glenogle. As the rear end of this train came through, I saw a bunch of whitewater rafters in the Kicking Horse River. I caught the back end of this t... (more)
Departing Glenogle in British Columbia’s Kicking Horse Canyon is an eastbound Canadian Pacific stack train on September 22, 2013. A pair of older, dirtier GE AC4400CWs bracket a newer ES44AC on th... (more)
In rugged Kicking Horse Canyon, lone DPU Canadian Pacific No. 8748 pushes on an eastbound CP stack train out of Glenogle, British Columbia, on September 22, 2013.
A mixed freight heads north between Calgary and Balzac.
A ballast train sits in the small yard near Highfield Rd.
A southbound Canadian Pacific empty coal train curves along the Columbia River below the bluffs of Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, on July 24, 2011.
Heading for Golden, British Columbia, Canadian Pacific’s northbound wayfreight on the Windermere Subdivision rumbles through McMurdo on the afternoon of July 15, 2011.
Three Canadian Pacific SD40-2s take the northbound wayfreight out of Canal Flats, British Columbia, on July 15, 2011. In the background Mount Sabine towers over the lower portion of Columbia Lake.