The Super Continental has arrived at Boston Bar, and the passengers are taking the opportunity to walk around a bit. Soon the train will start the last leg of its trip to Vancouver.
The Royal Canadian Pacific arrives at Boston Bar for a crew change.
The westbound Rocky Mounntaineer from Banff Alberta to Vancouver British Columbia,crosses over Anderson Creek and campground on its return to Vancouver B.C.
For long years foreign territory (the CPR line is on the opposite side of the Fraser River), nowadays daily business. A coal train hauled by CP #8628 is running on CN's main through the Fraser Riv... (more)
The "Super Continental" pauses at Boston Bar, BC. Just 4400 Kilometers to Montreal.
Wood smoke fills the valley as 5348, 5408, 5087, 5123 and 5108 head east from Boston Bar on an eastbound empty coal in August 1985.
Then recently new to service SD50F 5412 assists 5339 on a westbound grain service through Boston Bar in August 1985.
Almost the entire town of Boston Bar fits in this picture as a Canadian Pacific stack train departs for Port Coquitlam. Taken from the other side of the Fraser River in North Bend, you can see the... (more)
CN 301 preforms a crew change at Boston Bar.
3 GP40-2's cross the famous Anderson River Bridge
Crew change at Boston Bar...2 SD40-2's leading, and 2 more mid train.
3 GP40-2's leave Boston Bar with a westbound hotshot crossing the Anderson River trestle
Waiting for a fresh crew, 5790 and a trailing SD50 will soon be heading west for Vancouver
Just across the Anderson River bridge, 3 GP40's head west with a hotshot.
Headed west for Vancouver on CN track, 2 AC44's approach the notorious Hells Gate