Over the weekend, the Canadian Pacific’s Holiday Train rolled into 5 communities all across British Columbia.
The 18th edition of the CP Holiday Train looked to raise awareness about hunger-related issues and encouraged attendees at each stop to bring a food or cash donation.
Despite the cold weather, children and adults of all ages braved the cold eagerly waiting for the train’s arrival.
Here are your photos of the CP Holiday Train this past weekend.
Didn't make it up to Kamloops for the heritage Christmas train, but did manage to spot this one in Port Moody. The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train! #cprail #canadianpacific #railfan #railways_of_our_world #yvr #604 #portmoody #holidaylights #cpholidaytrain #creatorclass #twilights #twinklelights #christmaslights #Christmas #winterwonderland #magical #freezingcold #frosty #socold #worthit
That last shot I took under the full moon? I captured that while chasing the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train. We saw it at 4 different locations but this was my favourite capture of the festive train, taken in central Canmore. I was lucky to have time to take it after being chased by a girl yelling "hey tripod! Take a selfie for us!" That's a new name but sadly not a new occurrence. Have you had people treat you like you're there to serve them when minding your own business taking photos?
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