BC Hydro 384 switches cars before taking his train out of the yard. In a few minutes I would board the locomotive to go for a cab ride. Photo taken with permission.
BC Hydro 384 leads his train slowly past the diamond near Clayburn, BC. The semaphore signal was operated manually. The brakeman riding in the lead locomotive would unlock the door, go inside th... (more)
BC Hydro EMD SW900 911 with SD38-2 384 at Burnaby, B C.
BC Hydro EMD SD38-2 384 at Burnaby, B C on the Burlington Northern New Westminster Subdivision.
I am in the cab of BC Hydro 383, looking back at BC Hydro 384 as we run long hood forward with our train. You can see the BC Hydro caboose at the end of the train. This was the power I had a cab... (more)
After a days work, two BC Hydro SD38-2s are tied down for the night at their diesel service area. This was the power I had a cab ride in for the day, as I was working on an article for CTC Board m... (more)
This is a study in spartan functionality and homebuilt uniqueness.
Living proof that with some classification lights, number boards etc. a 70-tonner could be made to look like a railroad locomotive.
By the way, love those marker lights!
This was just a place we more or less stumbled onto, unfortunatley no one was around and nothing moving. Not really sure what purpose they served.
BC Hydro freight from Vancouver approaches the transfer yard at Sumas on the BC/US border behind 381 383 910 906 in August 1985