The eastbound Canadian makes a station stop at Revelstoke, BC on a day that feels more like fall than August.
Cogwheel train from Kleine Scheidegg downhill toward Lauterbrunnen near the station Wengernalp (1874m asl). In the background a part of the race track from the world famous downhill race Lauberhor... (more)
Cogwheel train from Kleine Scheidegg downhill toward Lauterbrunnen near the station Wengernalp (1874m asl). In the background the race track from the world famous downhill race Lauberhornrennen. O... (more)
GWR meets GWR near the station Dawlish. Who knows the sign with the leaf on the left side?
After releasing passengers at Vancouver's waterfront station, the Canadian completes its transcontinental trip by heading into a tunnel under the city which takes it to the coach yards south of do... (more)
Great Western Railway between walking trail and red rocks near Dawlish on a beautiful summer day
LNER on a part of the giant construction of the imposing Forth Bridge on a beautiful sunny afternoon
An aging E7A, number unknown, idles next to a bi-level 400 at Green Bay. Painted in its final scheme it is aimed southward for Milwaukee. I have no idea what train this might have been assigned to... (more)
A few seconds before cogwheel train with the small car for sleds has left the station Rigi Staffel (1604m asl) on the left side for the run uphill toward Rigi Kulm. In the background the mountain ... (more)
Southbound San Joaquin 702.
The brakeman signals the engineer at Missouri Pacific's interchange with the DeQueen and Eastern.
Oldtimer and modern rail car in the station Rigi Staffel (1604m asl) a few meters over the upper fog limit in the afternoon sun
A rainy day in Vancouver greets the arrival of The Canadian as the train rolls by a tower just east of the CP station.
The Canadian accelerates west away from Mission City on its last lap into Vancouver on a snowless February morning. Today's train is pulled by a pair of Geeps and is deadheading an official car ah... (more)
Local train, cruise ship and a part of the giant Forth Bridge