On the Beaver Cove job's southbound trip to Camp A Reload they made a detour to switch the railway's car shops at Nimpkish. They brought a string of bad order cars down from Siding 3 and are seen ... (more)
After dropping off empties at Camp A Reload, the crew from Beaver Cove are seen running lite to Siding 4 to pick up loads that were left by the Woss crew earlier in the morning.
Western Forest Products SW1200 #302 leads the afternoon Beaver Cover train over East Fork trestle on Vancouver Island. WFP's Englewood Railway remains the last logging railroad in North America.
The Beaver Cove job rolls south of Siding 3 on it's way to Woss and Camp A to drop off empty skeleton log cars and pick up freshly cut loads. The Western Forest Product's Englewood Railway is the ... (more)
A pair of heavily modified SW1200s have dropped a train load of logs at the yard in Beaver Cove and have coupled onto a string of skeleton cars for the return trip back into the forests of Vancouv... (more)
Empties crossing Storey Creek Bridge on the way to Camp A.