An eastbound, morning commuter train from Vaudreuil to Windsor Station lifts out after having made its station stop.
Displaying white flags as it is a passenger extra, a test train is running on a Sunday morning for CP to test its new gallery cars. The cars were built by Canadian Vickers for use on the Lakeshor... (more)
Being trumped by the Squamish Chief, The Polar Express backs down into the Squamish Estuary where guests will be served Hot Chocolate before returning to the North Pole.
On one of the coldest nights of the year 2 GMD F units warm up under the clear sky in preparation for the last 2 days of The Polar Express at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park.
Squamish took on a very North Pole look this past weekend, which was last for the WCRA's Polar Express excursion which took Believers for a 60-minute ride from the Railway Heritage Park through CN... (more)
As a blizzard provides the "Polar" ambience, the West Coast Railway Heritage Park's 1952-vintage FP7 rests on the station track as a trainload of happy children disembarks from the long ... (more)
On a freezing night before Polar Express kicks off for the 2015 season volunteers at the WCRA go though all the equipment just 10 hours before kids arrive in their pyjamas for a trip to the North ... (more)
Before the influx of SD40s on the Galt Sub, this was typical of the lash-ups one could encounter - first generation, four-axle power. To quote Jackie Gleason at the time, how sweet it is!
The West Coast Railway Association's restored Canadian Pacific FP7A locomotive #4069 was sitting in BC Rail's North Van Yard the entire time that I was there working on the USA TV movie "MY BROTHE... (more)
Two Montreal engines have CP 903 well in hand running beside the Connecticut River just North of White River Junction. For more FA units more)
Head on shot of CP 4069 outside the Squamish "station" at WCRHP.
A close-up of this FP7.
CP 4069 sits on display in front of the main building at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park.
ex CP VIA 4069 now owned byWestCoast Railway ass.