CP 9727 leads its train east across the prairies near Cowley.
Royal Canadian Pacific pulls away from Cowley headed into the Rockies.
RCP is pulling up to the siding in Cowley where they'll tie down for the night. Passengers will go to the International Peace Park in the morning.
Royal Canadian Pacific is heading to Cranbrook for the night. It has just left the siding at Cowley (aka "Signal, WY" for movie buffs!) and is headed into the Rockies.
Royal Canadian Pacific is on the first day, and first leg, of their trip from Calgary into the Canadian Rockies. The train absorbs the last rays of sunlight, which is after 2100hrs in this neck o... (more)
Royal Canadian Pacific is nearing their overnight stop in Cowley for the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park visit in the morning. This is the Oldman River reservoir bridge.
Don’t you hate it when somebody walks in front of your shot?! It isn't very often you see Union Pacific meeting the Royal Canadian Pacific. Then again, it isn't very often you see a perfect A-B-A ... (more)
Empty Sultran headed to Pecten.
Empty Sultran bound for Pecten.
Unit Canpotex potash train from the States has come up thru Cranbrook headed east to Moose Jaw. Of interest, UP 8000 trails.
The Royal Canadian Pacific is on its way west thru Crowsnest Pass headed to Cranbrook.
The Royal Canadian Pacific soaks up the last rays of sunlight from an otherwise stormy day, I can almost hear the "Silver Streak" passing when it was filmed here.
Three variants of CP's paint scheme guide a westbound Herzog train to "the Crow". A distinct departure from the modern CP GE's that dominate here now. I thought the dispatcher was hesitating on ... (more)
Lengthy "Sultran" (sulphur train) headed east over Crowsnest Pass. The train will turn south down the Pecten branch. For years, unit sulphur trank trains to my home in FL oriented in Pecten.