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  1. Canadian Imports

    Canadian Imports

    Two of BC Rail's cowl units enjoy the golden light of a setting sun.
  2. Morning on the Bellingham Sub

    Morning on the Bellingham Sub

    BNSF 5531 leads the southbound Prince George,BC to Everett,WA manifest across Dakota Creek as it approaches the US Custom Station to undergo the inspection for entering the US.Three different models make up the power for this train D9-44CW,SD70M,and ES44DC
  3. A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    CN 8946 leads its northbound loaded coal train across Dakota Creek during moderate to heavy rainfall.It is about three miles to the International Border at Blaine,WA then on to a crew change at Vancouver,BC.With a new crew,it will be on to their ultimate destination of Prince Rupert,BC
  4. On the Picnic Point S Curve

    On the Picnic Point S Curve

    BNSF 6386 leads a loaded unit coal train thru Picnic Point Park headed for a crew change at Everett,WA then on to Roberts Bank,BC to discharge over 12000 tons of coal.
  5. At Track Speed thru Custer.

    At Track Speed thru Custer.

    BNSF 9904 leads an empty southbound unit coal train at track speed (60 MPH) thru Custer,WA after discharging over 12,000 tons of export coal at Roberts Bank,BC.It's headed back to PRB for another load.
  6. You Can Go Home Again

    You Can Go Home Again

    CPR 9552 and 9728 at Donald, British Columbia bring a westbound double stack through a iconic Pacific Northwest summer landscape along the Columbia River with sun, water, logging and mountains.
  7. Coming Out of Connaught

    Coming Out of Connaught

    CPR 9736 leads a train out double stacks out of 26,517 Connaught for the descent down Beaver Creek to the Columbia River at Beavermouth, British Columbia.
  8. Coming In to Salmon Arm

    Coming In to Salmon Arm

    CPR 8830 eastbound rolls into Salmon Arm, British Columbia on a cloudy day with coal empties for the mines near Crowsnest Pass.
  9. Rocky Mountaineer Rainbow

    Rocky Mountaineer Rainbow

    Westbound Rocky Mountaineer on Notch Hill last August 29, 2010.
  10. Begin Heavy Grade

    Begin Heavy Grade

    CPR 9597 crests the top of the grade at Notch Hill, British Columbia with an eastbound double stack loaded with steamship containers bound for the heart of North America.
  11. Coal for China

    Coal for China

    CPR 8507 grinds out the last few feet to the top of the grade at Notch Hill, British Columbia with westbound coal destined to Roberts Bank, BC.
  12. Last Hay Cutting Before Winter

    Last Hay Cutting Before Winter

    CPR 9709 leads an empty potash train back to Saskatchewan. It is the end of August and the last hay crop for 2010 has been cut in Notch Hill, British Columbia.
  13. Summer Day along the Shushwap Subdivision

    Summer Day along the Shushwap Subdivision

    CPR 8546 and two other units pull westbound export coal loads through Cambie, British Columbia en route to tidewater at Vancouver.
  14. West of Revelstoke

    West of Revelstoke

    In 23 miles this crew at Taft, British Columbia with an eastbound intermodal will be going off duty at Revelstoke, BC.
  15. Rocky Mountaineer Climbing to Rodgers Pass

    Rocky Mountaineer Climbing to Rodgers Pass

    The Eastbound Rocky Mountaineer follows the Illecillewaet River through Albert Canyon, British Columbia on its way to Rodgers Pass and Calgary, Alberta.
  16. Mixed Manifest at Three Valley Gap, BC

    Mixed Manifest at Three Valley Gap, BC

    CPR 8753 leads a short eastbound mixed manifest by Three Valley Gap, British Columbia.
  17. Meet Along the Illecillewaet

    Meet Along the Illecillewaet

    CPR 9727 with westbound export wheat meets an eastbound double stack at Illecillewaet, British Columbia.
  18. Empty Grainer Going Home

    Empty Grainer Going Home

    CPR 9715 leads a eastbound of empty grain cars through Illecillewaet, British Columbia on their way back to the Prairies for another load of export wheat.
  19. Almost at the Top

    Almost at the Top

    This westbound hopper train at Glacier, British Columbia will shortly crest Rodgers Pass and begin its decent down to the Columbia River.
  20. First Snow

    First Snow

    This westbound double stack on August 27, 2010 at Glacier, British Columbia will shortly kick over the top and start it decent of Rodgers Pass. Reportedly the first snow of the season is falling in the high country above the pass



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