Skirting rock cliffs along meandering backwaters of the Columbia River at Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, is Canadian Pacific’s Golden to Cranbrook wayfreight powered by SD40-2s Nos. 6018 an... (more)
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.
Canadian Pacific’s Golden to Cranbrook wayfreight edges along the cliffs at Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, on the morning of July 6, 2014. A pair of SD40-2s power the southbound local.
The Canadian Pacific daily local works south at Radium, BC. The train originates in Golden and ties up at Cranbrook. It meets its northbound counterpart along the way, on this day between Canal Fl... (more)
Passing below the bluffs at Radium as a number of golfers enjoy the course and weather above the bluffs. Now, how many of you would be tempted to land one in an empty gondola?
Canadian Pacific operated a special passenger train for Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada over portions of it’s system in the summer of 2011. Here, GP38-2 No. 3084 leads the special along the C... (more)
Still sporting the 2010 Olympic Logo paint-over, CP 8876 heads south past the Radium bluffs.
An empty coal train heads south along the high water levels near the headwaters of the Columbia River. Yep, that is the same Columbia River that flows through Washington State.
An empty potash train heading south past the bluffs at Radium.
CP 5930 and 5983 stops on the main and prepares to deliver empty bulkhead flats to CANFOR's sawmill in Radium.
The local to Cranbrook passes under the bluffs at Radium. Traveler's note: This view is from the second from the top viewpoint.
Southbound Coal empties along the Columbia River bluffs south of the resort town of Radium Hot Springs. The golf course sits on top of the bluffs
The Golden to Cranbrook wayfreight, with CP 5930 and 5983, stops on the main and prepares to deliver empty bulkhead flats to CANFOR's sawmill in Radium.