Rocky Mountaineer's westbound P609 nears its first day's destination of Kamloops, speeding into town on the south track of CN's Clearwater Sub.
RMRX GP40-2W 8015 leads train P609 west down the main at Exlou heading for Kamloops.
GP40-2(W) 8014 and GP40-2 8018 idle at the station in Kamloops after arriving from Banff with Rocky Mountaineer's "First Passage West" tour train.
Rocky Mountain Railtours ("Rocky") decends the 2.2% grade thru the incredible Cheakamus Canyon. The moss covered cliffs, lush greenery and raging Cheakamus River make this section of ra... (more)
Rocky Mountaineer Railtours (affectionately known as "Rocky") traverses the concrete rock sheds and tunnels near Spences Bridge. This section of railroad is challenging for engineers as... (more)
A pair of GP-40 variants lead a Rocky Mountaineer Railtour train set into Kamloops north yard.
The Vancouver bound Rocky Mountaineer downgrade through Spences Bridge. Not far behind it, was CP's Royal Canadian Pacific with F units.
In its earlier white with blue and red trim scheme, a Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train curves eastbound out of Glenogle, British Columbia, on September 16, 2002. Powering the train are ... (more)
RMRX GP40-2 8017 sits quietly on the shop track in Jasper waiting for a lift back to Kamloops for repairs.
The Coastal Rocky Mountaineer from Seattle to Vancouver BC. crosses BNSF Bridge No. 4 across Salmon Bay. The single leaf bascule bridge carries the BNSF Mainline north and south. The ship Coastal ... (more)
RMRX 8012 and 8019 head east on the Shuswap Sub with Rocky Mountaineer's "First Passage West" tour train.
GP40-2L(W) 8012 and GP40-2 8019 pass through Salmon Arm with Rocky Mountaineer's "First Passage West" tour train.
The Rocky Mountaineer heads north out of Seattle after picking up passengers, now heading to Canada!