RailPictures.Net Photo: BCR 6003 British Columbia Railway GF6C at Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada by Tim Repp
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» British Columbia Railway (more..)
» GF6C (more..)
» Reesor, MP 53.4 Tunnel 
» Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada (more..)
» August 14, 1986
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
» BCR 6003 (more..)
» Unknown
» Tim Repp (more..)
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A pair of GF6Cs assist a CN-powered coal train at MP 53.4 on BC Rail's Tumbler Ridge Subdivision. 7 miles west of Tumbler Ridge.
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Modeling the BCR's Tumbler Ridge Line.

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Modeling the Tumbler Ridge Line can be hard but these pictures make it a lot easier thanks to all that uploaded.
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Do you ever get the feeling as a model railroader, that you just might be creating something not "prototypical?" Same here.
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