It’s calendar season again! Five of my shots in TWO calendars this year!
Three shots in
Railways of Canada by BrownTrout Publishers and two shots in Canadian Trains buy Wyman Publishing (BrownTrout).
BNSF in here, both on their own, as well as helping out the West Coast Railway Association’s Royal Hudson. An old one of the Rocky Mountaineer in its old colourway and another of 2141 of the Kamloops Heritage Railway.
A BNSF mixed freight through White Rock, BC.
During the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, the West Coast Railway Association ran a few trips with the Royal Hudson out to White Rock. Seen here on a return trip through Burnaby.
An old one of the Rocky Mountaineer I shot in Burnaby, BC, westbound nearing the end of its journey. Same spot as the Royal Hudson photo, though in early summer.
Thank you All Canada Photos once again for getting the shots out there!
The Royal Hudson 2010 Olympics excursion once again. Almost looks like a flipped image of the one in Railways of Canada. I believe this was an outbound trip, heading east.
The Kamloops Heritage Railway’s 2141 leaving the station on a late summer eve.
More of my railroading photos can be found on
Over the past year, more of the Chemainus photos that I produced with
Primal Communications sprouted up. There’s some photos in the 2015 Cowichan Vacation Guide and a few more in the Vancouver Island Vacation Guide 2015.
More on my Chemainus photos here…
Chemainus murals in the Cowichan 2015 Vacation Guide.
Chemainus ad in the Cowichan 2015 Vacation Guide
Chemainus Waterwheel Park in the Cowichan 2015 Vacation Guide
My shot of the Native Heritage mural in Chemainus in the Vancouver Island Vacation Guide 2015.
Pleased to have my night shot of Suter Brook Village in Port Moody on the website for
BTM Lawyers LLP! Thank you Skunkworks Creative Group.
Big thanks to Brad and Michelle at
3Ride BMX Mailorder for blowing up this Jay Miron photo I shot back in 2003. They had a light box produced for it and it now hangs in their Thunder Bay store. Pretty good for a scan from 35mm slide film.
Looking good all the way up there Jay.
A photo I shot from the Rocky Mountaineer “Sea to Sky Climb” was published in
This was in 2008 when this ride was called the Whistler Mountaineer. It’s a beautiful trek up to Whistler and back, through some of the best the coast has to offer. You can see more of my train photos on Frommer’s Far & Wide: A Weekly Guide to Canada’s Best Travel Experiences. All Canada Photos.
Frommer’s Far & Wide: A Weekly Guide to Canada’s Best Travel Experiences. A wee bit cropped heading through the Cheakamus Canyon.