SRY 128 leading the Duncan Turn as they near Koksilah siding, which is now the southern end of in service track for the E&N.
GP9 Slug #121, formerly a Montana Rail Link geep, has just completed loading a barge for Nanaimo and poses with the Alex Fraser Bridge as it’s backdrop before servicing all the industries along An... (more)
A look at the rear end of SRY 124 (former Montana Rail Link GP9) shows both set of trucks pushed aside as the geep is in for some major work at Trapp Yard’s locomotive shop.
SRY 124 (former Montana Rail Link GP9) is in SRY’s locomotive shops in Trapp Yard getting some major work done, as it is jacked up in the air with both sets of wheels removed.
With track #26 clear in Trapp Yard, this gave me a rare opportunity to get the better side of SRY’s deadline. SRY 383 leads the deadline, followed by SRY 1205 (GMD1m), SRY 908 (SW900RS), RPRX 2001... (more)
The typical yard power SRY 135 and SRY 001 are in for repairs, so SRY 112 and SRY 119 are filling in. Both units are former Montana Rail Link GP9’s as the rest on the middle track in between shift... (more)
The tramp 5 has just tied up and returned SRY 901 (SW900), SRY 909 (SW900), and SRY 152 (MP15DC) to the sand track at Southern Railway of BC’s locomotive shops. SRY 112 (GP9 Cab Slug) and mother u... (more)
Crew members prepare for the night as they ready their power SRY 909 and SRY 901 (both SW900) on the ladder track in Trapp Yard.
SRY 112, a GP9 cab slug unit, is in the shops for repairs as it rests inside the barns overnight. A Canadian Pacific GP9 can be seen in the background is it is prepped before heading to the scrap ... (more)
SRY GP9s 110 and 128 travel southbound through Duncan.
SRY GP9s 110 and 128 lead the southbound Duncan Turn across River Road in Chemainus.
Rebuilt former Northern Pacific GP9 110 and ex-CP Rail GP9u 128 lead the southbound Duncan Turn through Ladysmith.
Montana Rail Link’s passenger train takes a spin on SRY’s main line as it went on a journey from Langley to Abbotsford, and back to Surrey. Here the train passes underneath 264 St on the way to Hu... (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.
The barge job pulls their train over the Queensborough Bridge on route to Annacis Island on a sunny afternoon.