Interurban car No. 1225 crosses over the Serpentine River on its way back to Cloverdale. The Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society began operating the 100 year old interurban car in June of this ... (more)
Routes to the north of Victoria were a tad more rural. This number 8 HEAD ST tram is at Bay and Skinner Sts by a temporary terminal of Canadian Natiional Railways. Robert Loewing photo.
The 328 competes for riders with some great old classic autos. This is Government St at Belleville St on the 3 BEACON HILL line. Robert Loewing photo.
Car 234 on the 6 GONZALES route in Victoria is southbound on Douglas St at Cormorant. A Canadian fixture, the Hudson’s Bay Co, had a major department store in most western Canada cities and large... (more)
The BCER ran local systems in Vancouver, North Vancouver, New Westminster and Victoria, and the latter’s wooden car fleet provided many great views. Car 233 provides a 6 HILLSIDE service on Fort ... (more)
Trains from downtown to the eastern suburbs ran out Hastings East and turned south on Clark, as this pair of classic wooden cars has just done. Ernie L Plant photo.
Trains arrived at Carrall St Station and proceeded to the small yard behind to change ends and prepare for the next trip. The motorman is about to raise the pole before the one on the other end i... (more)
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)