After turning at the "Y" at KC Junction, the RCP business train heads back to Calgary. Just a short train on a short trip this time.
Train CP 119 heading west past the beautiful Banff Station.
Heading south along the Windermere Sub at the north end of Spillimacheen.
Southbound along the Windermere Sub in the early light on a COLD morning. It was -29.5 Celsius (-21F).
The East Kootenay Railway locomotive backs out of the shed area to start the day at Fort Steele Heritage Park.
The local freight led by CP 5011 and CP 5010 backs off the main to service the sawmill at Radium with a threatening sky in the background.
A trio of GE's highball eastward along the Laggan Sub near the base of Castle Mountain.
The Royal Canadian Pacific takes the north track at Lake Louise for a priority pass over CP 112, a priority freight.
Eastbound into the yard at Field - "Main and change."
Westbound grain loads coming out of the Kicking Horse Canyon at CP Hill.
One thing about photographing CP, chances are pretty good you will get a red GE unit in the lead position. Here is an eastbound mixed freight going onto a stretch of double track.
A Canada Goose takes flight as the CP 8643 makes an appearance. Those old enough to remember Canadian Pacific Airlines may appreciate the connection.
Eastbound empty grain train rolls into the siding as train CP 111 is holding the main.
Telemash. An empty coal train comes off the Mountain Sub onto the Windermere Sub, and into Golden Yard for a crew change.
Inside the dining parlour of the Delamere at Lake Louise Station. Built in 1925. Note the beaver handle on the dessert/bar cart. There is also a beaver crest on the stand on the right.