CP ES44AC 8815 leads an empty coal train into the city of Mission, BC.
Canadian Pacific EMD SD40-2F No. 9006 leads an eastbound train at East Mission, British Columbia, on September 26, 2001. These custom-built cowled machines were built exclusively for CP more than ... (more)
The Port Coquitlam Centennial train has just come off the Wye in Mission and is just about to back into the WCE spur to offload passengers before making one last trip to Port Moody.
Utilizing shared trackage rights SD70M-2 CN 8911 and Dash 9-44CW CN 2203 head east with grain empties on the CP Cascade Sub at Mission BC.
Although you can't tell in this picture, this Canadian National eastbound has a unique set of power. An Illinois Central unit is sandwiched in between two CN units, which is a rare sight to see in... (more)
Nearly new 8894 leads a ratty 9505 and almost 100 cars of freight out of Mission bound for Coquitlam
A monsterous CP stack train, 9700 feet and 143 platforms with only an SD40-2 and GP38AC for power rolls slowly out of Mission headed for Coquitlam
Disc brake system on a Bombardier bi-level coach.
View of a Bombardier coach control cab.
West Coast Express trains receive overnight cleaning services. Meanwhile a CP potash freight passes on the Cascade Sub main line.
After being re-crewed at Matsqui Jct. CP 5794 (Ashcroft Switcher) and CP 5713 throttle up hard to get their train moving towards CP's Coquitlam Intermodal Termanal.
West Coast Express Train number 3 is about to arrive at Mission City Station under command of the newly acquired MP36PH-3C in the last light of day.