At the beginning of a 3.5 day transcontinental journey, VIA Rail Train 2, The Canadian, has just left Vancouver and is gliding through CN's Thorton Yard just after sunset.
Amtrak Cascades Train 519 passes beside Mud Bay Park as it makes its way south from Vancouver to Seattle.
During a rare snowstorm in Vancouver which saw 16cm (6") of snow fall in a matter of hours, a CN conductor clears snow and ice from the points of a switch in Surrey's Thorton Yard before his ... (more)
CN 2813 and ex-BC Rail 4623 lead a mixed freight into CN's Thorton Yard.
On a rare snowy day in Greater Vancouver, a brand new Skytrain "Mark 3" trainset (Bombardier Innovia Metro 300) pulls into King George Station on the Expo Line.
With 79.5km of track o... (more)
Under the hands of a student engineer the a BNSF southbound creeps over bridge 70 at 10mph under an amazing winters sunset. BNSF has been upgrading bridge 70 to an all concrete structure from an a... (more)
A group of picketers carefully watches a management job in the Fraser Surrey Docks after they finish spotting Catalyst Pulp and Paper. Southern Railway of BC (Montana Rail Link's sister company) l... (more)
Southern Railway of BC's valley job waits at a stop signal at Station Name Sign View while a Canadian Pacific westbound coal train proceeds over the Port Sub.
Interurban car No. 1225 crosses over the Serpentine River on its way back to Cloverdale. The Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society began operating the 100 year old interurban car in June of this ... (more)
Amtrak's King Tut locomotive pulls the Cascades over the Fraser River Bridge, and SRY's Fraser Surrey Lead, with the Shops crew pushing out caboose first underneath the Cascades (which is the BNSF... (more)
Washington's new 6 million dollar train takes its first run on the mainline as it crosses the Serpentine River. Each coach, in Montana Rail Link numbers, had a budget of $1 million dollars each.
An eastbound intermodal train roars through the gargantuan cut at West Perrin on the Williams-Crookton Line Relocation.
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.