The West Coast Express commuter rail service glides into the former Canadian Pacific Vancouver terminal in the blue hour before dawn. Long distance rail operations out of the station ended in 1979... (more)
The West Coast Express commuter service pulls out of the former Canadian Pacific terminal in downtown Vancouver. The station is now a transit hub and is served by two metro lines, commuter trains,... (more)
The West Coast Express commuter rail service slips into the former Canadian Pacific station in Vancouver on it's morning run from Mission, BC.
Vancouver rarely sees serious snow, and CN's Burrard Inlet line rarely sees a train, but today's the exception. As a blizzard wreaks havoc on the Downtown East Side, West Coast Express 904 backs h... (more)
Four passengertrains, a few cranes, a landing place for helicopters and many many containers at the harbour, taken from the Harbour Centre (130m over the tracks)
A WCEX loco waits in front of "the Canadian" trainset in Vancouver Pacific Central Station
WCE train 15 is a few minutes from its final stop at Vancouver's Waterfront Depot as it passes the Commissioner Street entrance to the Port of Vancouver
WCE train 13 approaches its final stop of the morning as it passes the yard lead for Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's Cascadia Grain Terminal
Disc brake system on a Bombardier bi-level coach.
View of a Bombardier coach control cab.
West Coast Express trains receive overnight cleaning services. Meanwhile a CP potash freight passes on the Cascade Sub main line.
West Coast Express Train number 3 is about to arrive at Mission City Station under command of the newly acquired MP36PH-3C in the last light of day.
The first departure of West Coast Express departs downtown Vancouver passing the ports intermodal terminal, bound for Mission.
How many modes of transportation can you see? I count at least four!