CP 8521 and 9506 idle at the Coquitlam engine facilities in April 1976. The 8521 sports the 1965 era update of the traditional gray and maroon scheme, with script lettering, while the 8506 sports ... (more)
CP Baldwin switcher no. 7075 shuffles a caboose around at the west end of Coquiltlam Yard east of Vancouver, BC.
Ex-SOO GP38-2 4401 and GP38-2 3075 head east through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP38-2s 4401 and 3075 approach the Coast Meridian Overpass as they make their way through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP38-2 3026 and GP35 Control Cab 1126 head east through Port Coquitlam Yard.
SD30C-ECO 5011, ES44AC 8957 and GP38-2 3094 parked at Port Coquitlam Yard’s diesel shop.
CP Rail's two GP30s 5000-5001 (1st#8200-8201) were wreck replacement units ordered to test the new second generation models being marketed by GMDD. CP was pleased with its two trail units and was... (more)
Rebuilt ex-UP GP40X 4523 and ex-SOO GP38-2 4415 head east through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP38-2 3105 and SD40-2 5988 parked at Port Coquitlam Yard’s diesel shop.
GP38-2s 4435 and 3075 approach the Coast Meridian Overpass as they make their way through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP38-2s 4523 and 4415 head east through Port Coquitlam Yard.
CP 8836 leads a trio of GP9s and an SW1200RS west in near blizzard conditions out of Coquitlam Yard on a transfer run over to New Westminster, BC. Snow can be a rare treat around the Vancouver are... (more)
Back in 1975, this is what most trains were "supposed" to look like: a pair of Geeps pulling endless strings of mineral red 40 foot boxcars. How things have changed though Canadian Paci... (more)
I am rather amazed when I think about how long ago it was when Baldwin folded. These were so rare that finding one operational was amazing, and that was forty years ago!
C630M No. 4507 waits for its next assignment as it idles in the yard.