Remote control equiped St. Lawrence and Hudson GP9u 1625 parked at the fuel racks at Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP38ACs 3009 and 3012 parked at Port Coquitlam Yard’s diesel shop.
Rebuilt GP9s 1634, 1589, 1685, and 1627 with former US Steel Corp MP15DCs 1443 and 1444 parked at CP Rail’s Port Coquitlam Yard.
SD40-2 6024, GP9u 1582, CITX SD40-2 3060 and GP38AC 3009 parked at Port Coquitlam Yard’s diesel shop.
MP15DC 1443 and GP38AC 3003 pass SW9 Slug 1020 and GP9u 1624 as they make a light engine move from the diesel shop to the service tracks.
A pair of GP38s assigned to a Coquitlam based Vancouver service area local, assemble their train in Port Coquitlam Yard.
SW9 Slug 1020 sits unassigned with mother GP9 1624 at CP Rail’s Port Coquitlam Yard. The unit entered service in 1953 as CP 7405 and was converted into its current configuration in 1995.
Picture taken form the recently completed Coast Meridian Overpass of rebuilt GP9s 1634, 1589, 1685, and 1627 with former US Steel Corp MP15DCs 1443 and 1444 and CN GP40-2L(W) 9482.
Stored CEFX SD40-2s at CP Rail’s diesel shop in Port Coquitlam. The majority of the units are rebuilt ex-SP SD45s with a rebuilt ex-CN SD40, a rebuilt ex-ATSF SD45, and several former UP and BNSF... (more)
Nice view of the CP yard at sunset.
Yard puller working while one of the incredible BC sunsets takes shape.
All polished and ready for trip taking guests and volunteers to North Bend
In the early 70's power short CP leased a dozen Bangor & Aroostook geeps to help out the power pool. BAR 74 is the high-lite of a dreary day of railfanning the Vancouver area.