A westbound Canadian National sulphur train crosses the impressive Cisco Bridge in scenic Fraser Canyon at Cisco, British Columbia, on September 27, 2001. In an unusual motive power consist and tr... (more)
A westbound CN stack train crosses the Fraser River at Cisco. The track to the left leads to a connection to the CPR, crossing underneath at this point. A train derailed on this bridge causing a t... (more)
CN 2541 and 2522 lead a westbound freight across the Fraser River on CN's Ashcroft Sub while the tail end of the eastbound Rocky Mountaineer crosses the river on CP’s Thompson Sub.
Westbound Rocky Mountaineer on CN's Ashcroft Sub west of Lytton
Westbound CP train on CN's Ashcroft Sub west of Lytton
A visit to British Columbia's Fraser and Thompson River Canyons guarantees one thing: A never-ending series of engineered solutions to overcome the challenges of constructing two water-level railr... (more)
Westbound CN train on CN's Ashcroft Sub west of Lytton
CP intermodal train on the CN's Ashcroft Sub west of Lytton
CP train on the CN's Ashcroft sub west of Lytton
Westbound CP grain train 351 crosses the Fraser River in the heart of its canyon west of Lytton BC. The CN crosses the river on the high bridge over the CP. Today only eastward trains traverse the... (more)
The Rocky Mountaineer creeps across the Cisco Bridge to afford the passengers a view of the Fraser River narrows. A crew member spies a trio of photographers trackside and steps onto the platform ... (more)
CN train #411 crosses the Fraser River at Cisco, BC. The north side of this bridge is lit by the morning sun during the long summer days in June
The Vancouver section of the Rocky Mountaineer crosses the Fraser River on the 247m long CN Cisco Bridge.
Both CN and CP change sides in the Fraser River canyon at Cisco BC..Westbound CN on home rails crosses above the CP bridge..Directional running has CN line for westbounds and CP for eastbounds