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February 15th, 2021

We ventured down to Red Deer and back to see what we could find.


April 1st, 2021

We stopped to catch a CP northbound with foreign and heritage power on our way to Calgary.


April 2nd, 2021

We headed down to Calgary and across to Banff to explore, catching one at Morant's Curve.


April 13th, 2021

We ran across a rail train working on the bridge at Bretville Jct while working on some errands.


April 24th, 2021

We went off to find a caboose I had spotted south of Bretville Jct a few days earlier while on errands, catching CN 189 and some four-axle power betwen Bretville and Scotford before lunch. After lunch, we returned to Bretville, finding CN 818 heading down the Camrose sub, CN 242 grain train heading east out of the city, CN 119 crossing the bridge, and CN 443 crossing off of the Camrose.


July 17th, 2021

Out for a long bike ride, I happened upon an eastbound heading up the Vegreville sub followed by a couple of LRTs on the 129th Ave crossing.


July 26th, 2021

Heading into the mountains, we caught 101 behind the grocery store in Hinton, and then again at Lake Jasper followed shortly by 900 and 417, before catching 186 meeting the same 417 at Moose Lake, mile 36 of the Albreda sub. We finished the day in the dense smoke of Kamloops, finding the Rocky Mountaineer arriving back in town.


July 30th, 2021

We took the Vancouver Skytrain and SeaBus around the city to explore before catching an SRY local working near the station where we left our car.


August 2nd, 2021

We visited the Osoyoos Desert Railroad model train museum in Osoyoos, BC. It is billed as the largest European model train layout in North America, and is the second-largest one I have visited after Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany.


August 3rd, 2021

We visited the Spiral Tunnels from the public viewing area off the highway, finding it almost completely grown in and difficult to view through the haze from the nearby forest fires.