CN 5535 heads an eastbound manifest, near Thompson BC, in 2004.
The BNSF Denver to Provo manifest winds its way along the Book Cliffs of eastern Utah near Thompson.
AMTK 73 leads the California Zephyr, near Thompson. UT. in 2001.
Cool Mine Wankie shunting 15A 414 from the NRZ
Cool Mine shunting 15A 414 from the NRZ
Canadian National 2943 works Moroccan phosphate loads (thanks, Tim!) eastbound through the Thompson River canyon on CP's Thompson Sub.
A westbound Canadian National container train drops down into Jaws of Death gorge, so named for the steep and narrow banks and turbulent stretch of the Thompson river.
Rounding along the Thompson River Canyon, is a eastbound Canadian Pacific unit of empty coal hoppers.
The Rocky Mountaineer is running westbound on Canadian National track while across the river a double stack unit train runs eastbound on Canadian Pacific track.
Running trackage it more than likely saw when new and hauling coal trains, former SP 245 leads an empty oil train for Savage's Price River Terminal at Wash, UT.
Westbound through the Thompson Canyon, Canadian Pacific's Holiday train is seen approaching Thompson on it's way towards their next stop in Lytton.
River rafting and train watching on a sunny and warm day in the Thompson River Canyon.