British Columbia Railways 07.30 North Vancouver to Prince George service stands at Lillooet station on 4 June 1986, formed of three 'Budd' railcars. The service over this highly scenic route has now ceased.
5605 Port Coquitlam depot
CP Rail freight locos at Port Coquitlam depot, near Vancouver, on 31 May 1986: 5605, 5583 and 3002.
British Columbia Railways have for many years operated a steam service during the summer along the coastal route between Vancouver and Squamish. Known as the "Royal Hudson", the train is pictured here at Squamish, with former Canadian Pacific locomotive no. 2860 at the head, on 6 June 1986.
The 'Canadian' transcontinental service from Vancouver to Toronto and Montreal is seen here at Field, west of Banff, in the Rockies, on 9 June 1986. Four locomotives are powering the train, the leading one being 'FP9A' class no.6309.
A 'GO' (Government of Ontario) double-deck commuter train at Toronto, 14 June 1986.

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