Canadian National GMD-1u No. 1420 and GP9u No. 7045 switch the waterfront along McKeen Avenue in North Vancouver, British Columbia, on September 2, 2007.
BCOL 712, an M630 is in for servicing at the North Vancouver, BC engine house on a warm August evening in 1985. This unit still sported the PGE inspired two tone green, while newer SD40-2s were ar... (more)
British Columbia Railway SD40-2 no. 754 basks under an array of weird lighting at the BCOL engine facilities in North Vancouver, BC on a warm August evening. It's paired up with MLW M630 no. 707, ... (more)
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)
Someone's always trying to beat the light.
Canadian National GMD1 No. 1421, along with GP9RM No. 7055, switch the grain elevators along Low Level Road at North Vancouver, British Columbia, on September 26, 2001. Four Canada geese walk alon... (more)
British Columbia Railway General Electric C40-8Ms gather at the engine facility at North Vancouver, British Columbia, on a rainy September 26, 2001.
This old Plymouth MDT switcher sits unused at Richardson International (formerly Pioneer) grain elevators in North Vancouver, BC, with the neighbouring Cargill (formerly Saskatchewan Wheat Pool) g... (more)
British Columbia Railways Caribou Prospector loads at the North Vancouver train station before beginning its trip north. This train left right about at dawn. Heartbreaking that it and its RDCs are... (more)
BC Rail's Cariboo Dayliner has arrived at North Vancouver having originated in Lillooet, BC. The train went all the way to Prince George on alternate days. RDC 3 No. 33 is one of Pacific Great Eas... (more)
Three-car consist of Budd RDCs on BC Rail's Cariboo Prospector returns to North Vancouver from Lillooet just before 10 p.m., during its last few weeks of operation.
The nose has been chopped but not the single beam headlight and the distinctive friction bearing Canadian B tranks. The always looked like they might be sturdier and better riding.
2860 North departs North Van Yard heading for Squamish BC...cylinder cocks open!!!
Somehow the paint shop had missed this unit and we got a shot of something me didn't expect, particularly with a fairly new unit.
This one has had some hard days for a relatively young unit.