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)
Photographer Bill Edgar takes aim at Canadian National train No. 348 departing Park Gate, Alberta, on July 12, 2014. The view looks over the Athabasca River toward Jasper and Jasper National Park.
Curving westbound through a tunnel in Black Canyon is a Canadian Pacific intermodal powered by two GE AC4400CWs. The train is traversing scenic Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on ... (more)
A Canadian National freight crosses the Thompson River in rugged and spectacular Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on June 25, 2006. Power for the westbound train is a pair of EMDs;... (more)
Brand new CN ES44ACs 2971 and 2970 speed west towards their new home of Prince George, following the Athabasca River to a crew change in Jasper.
Canadian Pacific 8747 and mate drag a unit train westbound up the east slope of the Canadian Rocky Mountains through Banff.
CN's Q114 crosses the Little Saskatchewan River as it departs Rivers for Winnipeg and points east.
VIA's "Canadian" departs Winnipeg for Rivers and points west.
Kokanee Park carries the markers on westbound No 1 as it departs the Winnipeg city limits for Rivers.
A pair of the newest additions to CN's motive power roster team up with another couple stragglers to lead Vancouver-Toronto train Q112 out of Jasper and onto the Edson Sub.
VIA's "Canadian" running several hours late heads through southwest Winnipeg enroute to Rivers and points west.
Westbound No 1 departs downtown Winnipeg right on schedule.
Banff Park brings up the rear of No 1 as it heads through Grant's Cut and into Rivers.
VIA 6432 leads No 2 into Rivers late in the afternoon.
VIA 6438 leads the westbound "Canadian" through Elie.