This BCR s/b has M630W 724 and M420B 687 as mid-train helpers passing through Whistler, BC.
BC Rail M420B wears a fresh coat of the later of the two RWB schemes at North Van yard.
BCR SD40-2 756 is still in her original two-tone green while M630 717 is in the newer RWB "hockey stick" paint at North Van yard.
A pair of Immaculately maintained Budd RDC's, including a combine, get some attention at BCR's North Vancouver yard.
I noted this as the 07:10 school train from Seton Portage to Lilloet.
..and flying the white flags.
5 RDCs at Lilloet with the north bound passenger
BCR 4622 North holds the main for a meet with BCR 4619 South at Glenfraser in the Fraser River Canyon north of Lillooet.
BCR 4619 South descends down the Fraser River Canyon towards Lillooet.
They weren't MLWs but a pair a new GEs still made for a nice looking train.
The southbound MacKenzie Switcher, from MacKenzie to Prince George, with a typical consist with wood chips and finished lumber from the sawmills in MacKenzie.
A pair of RS-18s switch at the north end of the yard.
I think this is the MacKenzie Switcher on the return run to Prince George.