A westbound Canadian National stack train crosses the Thompson River at Lytton, British Columbia, on CN’s Ashcroft Subdivision. The train is powered by EMD SD70M-2 No. 8004 and SD60F No. 5525.
A westbound Canadian National intermodal train edges the Thompson River east of Lytton, British Columbia, on September 28, 2001. Powering the train is EMD SD50F No. 5436 leading two SD40-2Ws, view... (more)
The eastbound Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train passes below Skihist Provincial Park over Canadian Pacific tracks on September 25, 2015. On the other side of the Thompson River, a Canadi... (more)
A short Canadian National work train approaches the west end of White Canyon along the Thompson River between Morris and Lasha, British Columbia, on September 27, 2015.
Canadian National train No. 301 exits White Canyon between Morris and Lasha east of Lytton in British Columbia’s scenic Thompson River Canyon on September 26, 2015.
Rocky Mountaineer RMR P609 westbound moving down the canyon between Nicomen and Lytton along the Thompson River west of Spences Bridge, BC, Canada
CN2251 glides thru the iconic White Canyon approaching Lytton, BC. In this portion of the Fraser River Canyon the tracks cling to a rocky narrow defile chiseled into the wall using tunnels and ro... (more)
Vista at White Canyon Stark and striking White Canyon between Morris and Lasha, British Columbia, hosts westbound Canadian National manifest freight No. 355 on September 27, 2015. CN ha... (more)
A fairly new Canadian National Tier IV GE leads a manifest into Lytton deep in the Fraser River Canyon. The Lytton area was once known as the Forks, and was settled during the Fraser Canyon Gold ... (more)
I got eaten alive by mosquitos the previous time I went to this location. I confirmed that the mosquitos were still there. This is the CP Thompson Sub east of Lytton, British Columbia.
The iconic bridges at Cisco. The CN and CP change to opposite sides of the Fraser River at these bridges just south (railroad west) of Lytton. The Canadian Pacific train in the photo is on the C... (more)
A westbounder passing through White Canyon near Lytton, British Columbia.
An eastbound empty coal train winding along the Thompson River between Lytton and Spences Bridge on the CP Thompson Sub.
CPR 8625 is in the White Canyon along the Thompson River.
The view from Sikhist park is perfect to watch this westbound stack train on the CN Ashcroft Sub.