RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 5139 Canadian National Railway EMD SD40 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada by Bill Edgar
 
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Canadian National Railway (more..)
EMD SD40 (more..)
Fraser River bridge (more..)
New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada (more..)
April, 1984
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CN 5139 (more..)
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A CN transfer from the Vancouver area to Thornton Yard enters the east wye of the Fraser River CN/SRY/BNSF bridge which is situated immediately east of the Pattullo highway bridge which connects New Westminster with Surrey, BC. This is a draw bridge which permits commercial water traffic to move up the Fraser River as well as serving the three railroads plus Amtrak. In this view the railroads were still CN/BC Hydro/BN. The CP also uses foreground trackage to reach New Westminster from their Pt. Coquitlam yard east of Vancouver.
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