Four months old BC Rail GE C40-8Ms 4615 and 4610 with MLW RS-18 628 southbound at North Vancouver. July 22,1990
British Columbia Railway MLW M420W 640 with (4) ALCO C-425's southbound at Chetwynd, B.C.
BCOL Dash 9-44CW No. 4652, SD40-2 No. 750 and Dash 9-44CW No. 4651 running southbound along the banks of Birkenhead River with a mixed freight in tow.
Two BC Rail Dash 8-40CM (No. 4614 and No. 4606) and Dash 9-44CW No. 4646 in charge of a northbound freight round the shores of Gates Lake at Birken between Pemberton and D'Arcy.
The two RDCs comprising southbound train #2 load passengers and baggage amid the mountains of Lillooet before embarking for North Vancouver.
With BC Rail represented fore and aft, Canadian National work train 906 navigates the tunnels and rock sheds at Skoonka on the perilous Ashcroft Sub.
In the CN era but you could still pretend it is BC Rail, Dash 8-40CMu (upgraded to 4400 hp and Dash 9 specs) 4601 and 4612, bathed in the evening sunshine, are switching at the west end of the Nor... (more)
An extra yard assignment out of Agincourt trundles down the former Canadian Pacific Canpa Sub, now owned by Metrolinx (GO Transit). Behind the pair of GP20C-ECO's is three plastic cars for one or ... (more)
On Tumbler Ridge Branch. A Roger Puta photograph.
This was on a West Coast Railway Excursion trip. A Roger Puta photograph.
A Roger Puta photograph.
Coal Unit Train on the Tumbler Ridge Branch. A Roger Puta photograph.
A Roger Puta photograph
Southbound passenger train approaching Lillooet