The Royal Hudson backs up in the morning light out of the shop track in Squamish as it sets to depart for Vancouver, BC.
PGE RS-3 was restored by the West Coast Railway Museum in Squamish, BC to appear as it did when delivered to the railway in the mid 1950's.
Those guys on the end of 564 are delegation from the shop. They were going to pull that unit out of the stub track and take it somewhere, I hope to be repaired. Poor 575 appeared to have had the... (more)
Those guys on the end of the unit are delegation from the shop. They were going to pull this unit out of the stub track and take it somewhere, I hope to be repaired.
This thing was probably out of service with the coming of the M-420Bs. It was converted from an SP&S FB-1. I really like the smokestack. There must be a stove in there!
None of the units had an "F" on either end (Some wierd Canadian thing?) but his end has a pilot, marker lights and a bell. That says "front" to me. Very likely the only RS-10 I ever saw.
The frames of either 755 or 760 lies in the yard of the BCR Workshops at Squamish in August 1985. Purchased new in 1980, both 755 and 760 were wrecked in June 1984 and were both retired the same y... (more)
Spic and span and ready for return to Vancouver.
CP 3716 takes a rest after subbing for BC Rail's Royal Hudson #2860 on an excursion from North Vancouver to Squamish and return. Or... apparently, I was once in Squamish. I do recall the chase -... (more)
The PGE Budd RDC-3, now retired, sits in front of the Station in the West Coast Railway Heritage Park, Squamish, B.C., Canada with Mt. Garibaldi in the background.
A southbound train of lumber rumbles down the 2.2 percent grade through the spectacular Cheakamus canyon.
MLW M-630W 729 undergoes load bank testing after overhaul at the BCR Workshops at Squamish in August 1985 - a repaint into the then new red, white, blue and silver livery beckons.
For the first time since 1999, the Royal Hudson #2860 will see mainline action as she backs out of the Squamish Yard and onto the mainline. Click h... (more)
Two BC Rail Budd cars, owned and operated by the West Coast Railway Association, enter the Squamish yard with some smiling faces taking in the sights. The Budd cars are destined for Downtown Squam... (more)
Fireman Andy gets the Royal Hudson into position for the Whistler Mountaineer Salute.