CP 9633 provides power on the tail of a westbound train as it approaches the Alberta/ British Columbia border.
CP 9727 leads its train east near Lundbreck.
CP 9727 leads its train east across the prairies near Cowley.
CP 9633 provides power on the tail of a westbound grain train. In the distance you can see Turtle Mountain and the Frank slide.
CP 9840 leads its train east passed Frank slide in the Crowsnest Pass.
CP 8957, 9643, 8517, 9603, and 8786 lead an eastbound train down from Crowsnest Pass past Lundbreck on September 25, 2015.
CP 8516 leads its train slowly into the yard at Kipp.
Train 464 makes its way east across the bridge near Monarch. This bridge was built by the same company that built its more famous bridge in Lethbridge.
CP 8516 leads it train east into Fort Macleod. Near this point, there used to be a junction with the Macleod Subdivision which ran between here and Calgary. The line was abandoned in the mid 1980s... (more)
A recent RCP visit to the USA reminded me of the times when the excursions were public and I was able to spend a lot of time chasing them. May have posted tons of shots, but there's always more!
From the endless archive of Canadian wanderings. Could almost leave this as "Oct 2016", the RCP departed the Twin Cities the same week as 261 was steamed up. In this case, the Canadian... (more)
Frank slide - one of the major Canadian natural disasters - but also a good spot to catch trains on the scenic Crowsnest sub of the Canadian Pacific. Altough the line is not as frequently used as... (more)
Royal Canadian Rockies Experience special westbound.
RCP is about to cross into BC.
Royal Canadian Pacific puts on a show westbound to Cowley.