SRY 129 (GP9) and SRY 153 (MP15DC) have the honors of pulling Dennis Washington’s newly refurbished passenger cars. This was the first trip on the mainline for the passenger cars.
The Passenger special drags its feet on its way to White Rock, BC with a hand washed ES44AC (BNSF 6422) in tow. She would open the throttle a half mile later entering Crescent Beach in glorious wi... (more)
GP9 124 and SW900 901 approach the Fraser River Swing Bridge and head for Trapp Yard in New Westminster.
Amtrak GE P42DC 154 pushes southbound Vancouver to Seattle train 517 across the Mud Bay trestle.
CN SD60F 5556 waits for the Fraser River Bridge Operator's "OK" to proceed across into New Westminster.
3 CN SD60Fs double together their transfer for Lynn Creek at Thornton Yard in the eastern suburbs of Vancouver.
3 of the 16 SD60Fs (one is a SD50AF) assigned to the Vancouver area transfers depart CN's Vancouver Thornton Yard with a transfer for Lynn Creek in North Vancouver.
CN SD60F 5561 heads towards the Fraser River Bridge with the 1405 Tramp.
A set of BNSF road power idles on the shop tracks at CN's Thornton Yard Diesel Shop. Later in the day this power would lead a train back into Washington State.
A pair of SD60Fs depart Vancouver's Thornton Yard, with the 1405 Tramp for Lulu Island.
A CP Loaded coal train bound for Roberts Bank takes the down the signal at Colebrook on the BC Rail Port Sub.
A very clean SD60F idles outside of CN's Vancouver "Thornton Yard" Diesel Shop.
Amtrak 517 passes the Crescent Beach Marina as it makes its way across the Nicomekl River and heads south towards the Canada-USA border at White Rock.
BNSF SD40-2 1798 and GP 39-2 2728 parked in Colebrook Siding.
Amtrak NPCU 90253 leads southbound Vancouver to Seattle train 517 across the Nicomekl River.