One of only 8 built. British Columbia Railway M 630W 725 sits By the roads shop in the summer of 1980. This unit was built in November 1973. it served the road until 1990-1991 when it was trad... (more)
RS18 618 was built for PGE by MLW in August 1964. Pacific Great Eastern Railway renamed British Columbia Railway on April 1, 1972. Ralph Young Photo from my Collection.
CN GP9RMs nos. 7212 and 7253 and their switching slugs are parked at the CN Yard Office in North Vancouver, BC between assignments. CN works much of the North Vancouver waterfront along the Burrar... (more)
BCR M630 720 sits in the roads North Vancouver yard ahead of its nex trip north on a bright sunny day. I think There Paint Scheme Fit these units perfectly. they really looked sharp
CN 7202 and a switching slug handle shuffling of grain cars at the Cargill elevators in North Vancouver, BC. CN handles the north side of the inlet, while CP takes care of most of the south side i... (more)
Alco C420 and slug on the neighboring track.
BCR M630 718 waits for its call in the north Vancouver yard in the early morning
BC Rail (formerly British Columbia Railway) General Electric C40-8Mu Nos. 4622 and 4601 bracket the West Coast Railway Association’s Canadian Pacific GMD FP7 No. 4069 in the BCR locomotive facilit... (more)
A pair of switcher locomotives rest at Canadian National’s yard at North Vancouver, British Columbia, on September 2, 2007. On the left is CN GMD SW1200RM No. 7304 mated to GMD GMD-1u No. 1419 (no... (more)
BCR SD40 #752 is waiting for her next duty in the North Vancouver yard. Back in 1981, the locomotive was still wearing the green BCR paint scheme.
British Columbia Railway EMD SD40-2 761, 762, 752 and 757 at the North Vancouver, B.C. diesel shops.
Rebuilt with a Caterpillar engine, BC Rail MLW RS-18m 611. 08/91
Four months old BC Rail GE C40-8Ms 4615 and 4610 with MLW RS-18 628 southbound at North Vancouver. July 22,1990
British Columbia Railway GMD SD40-2 753, and MLW M630 722 at North Vancouver Yard, being readied for a northbound run.
Canadian National GMD-1u No. 1420 and GP9u No. 7045 switch the waterfront along McKeen Avenue in North Vancouver, British Columbia, on September 2, 2007.