The westbound Super Continental slows for a station stop and crew change at Boston Bar, BC in August 1975. At this time, this train was arguably the most beautiful "painted" passenger tr... (more)
Canadian National's Super Continental cruises west along the Fraser River near Hells Gate. The train has left Boston Bar, BC and is making the last lap of its transcontinental voyage from Montreal... (more)
Passengers enjoy a river level view of the Hells Gate area of the Fraser River Canyon aboard the Super Continental as it heads westward towards Vancouver, BC. The highway is several hundred feet a... (more)
The CN Super Continental rolls south down the Thompson Rvier valley north of North Kamloops in August 1975. The train features an A-B-B set of FP9s, and a former Milwaukee Road Superdome, but did ... (more)
The Super Continental is under way leaving Boston Bar over the famous Anderson Creek trestle as it makes its way down the Fraser Canyon to Vancouver, BC.
The Super Continental slows as it crosses the Thompson River bridge at Lytton, BC. It will make a stop for passengers at the Lytton depot, then head down the Fraser Canyon to Boston Bar for anothe... (more)
The westbound Canadian National Super Continental pops out of a tunnel and over Ainslie Creek as it heads along the Fraser River to Boston Bar, BC and on to Vancouver. Note the setout for speeders... (more)
The Super Continental cruises along the Thompson River between Martel siding and Spences Bridge as it heads westbound to Vancouver, BC. Not the former Milwaukee Road Super Dome in the consist.
During my first trip up the Fraser Canyon, we made it as far as North Kamloops. We actually went a bit north along the Thompson River and caught CN's Super Continental coming westbound into town. ... (more)
The Super Continental glides west along the Thompson River north of Kamloops nearing its station stop and crew change at North Kamloops. the train features a former Milwaukee Road Super Dome once ... (more)