An eastbound CENTRAL PARK train to New Westminster holds for the traffic light at Hastings and Main Sts, followed by a PCC in the much-disliked yellow-cream paint (only about a quarter of the PCC ... (more)
Carrall St Station saw trains arrive and leave several times an hour. Quieter times in late evening allowed views such as this to be made. Ernie L Plant photo (a few years ago I acquired all the... (more)
The BCER was famous for its 63.8 mile long interurban line to Chilliwack BC. Local service also operated over that line to New Westminster and was known as CENTRAL PARK. Cutback trains on the lo... (more)
The Canadian at Pacific Central Station, the western terminal of VIA’s transcontinental passenger service.
VIA Rail 6519 6602 and the eastbound Super Continental reflect in a convenient puddle at Vancouver Depot in August 1985.
F40PH-2s 6448 and 6441 wait for their evening departure with the Eastbound Canadian at VIA's Vancouver Maintenance Center
CN beltpack job switches the Wharves in Vancouver, near the former BC Rail Terminal.
The 1905 era BCER interurban tram grinds to a stop at Ontario Station, ready to take passengers to Leg In Boot Square and False Creek Stations. The tracks here are the Canadian Pacific's erstwhil... (more)
WCE train 15 is a few minutes from its final stop at Vancouver's Waterfront Depot as it passes the Commissioner Street entrance to the Port of Vancouver
WCE train 13 approaches its final stop of the morning as it passes the yard lead for Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's Cascadia Grain Terminal
Just another day for the O Yard...
The O Yard job is crossing the Fraser River Bridge back into Vancouver. Note the brand new sky train bridge in the far background which will link Downtown Vancouver and Vancouver's International A... (more)
The O Yard job returns from Richmond after switching a couple industries with some unfamiliar power
O Yard job crossing the Fraser River to switch industries in Richmond