Canadian Pacific 4-6-4 No. 2816 leads the International Heavy Haul Technical Association Special through Morants Curve. It sure would be nice to see 2816 on the road again.
CP in the world famous Morants Curve in the morningsun
CP's Royal Canadian Pacific in the Morant's Curve
CP near the Morant's Curve in the eveningsun
CEFX pushes potash around some of the oldest and most beautiful railroad scenery in North America.
Autumn colors bound east along the Bow River.
Potash bound for the Port of Vancouver works its way along the Bow River, up the Kicking Horse Pass, over the Continental Divide on one of the most scenic routes in the world.
CP 9782 leads three other locos as it traverses Morants Curve with an eastbound freight on 22nd March 2010. There were fresh grizzly bear tracks in the snow on the opposite river bank.
CP5341/1529/5861+2 unidentified units round the famous Morants Curve with its spectacular mountain backdrop on 17.5.88. (SD40-2, GP9u, SD40-2). At the time, I stumbled on this spot and had no ide... (more)
The westbound Rocky Mountaineer heads through Morant's Curve towards Lake Louise.
CP 9718 East heads mixed freight at the famous Morants Curve on a hot July day
Perfect morning in the Rocky Mountains as the DPU on Sulfur loads takes the curve made famous by Nicholas Morant.
CEFX 1028 east leads grain empties through Morants Curve.
8767 screams through the famous Morants Curve on a beautiful spring day in the Rockies.
CP 8767 rounds the bend into the famed Morants Curve on the banks of the Bow River, which the Laggan sub will follow into Calgary.