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  1. MLW's at Squamish

    MLW's at Squamish

    CPR #6503 type S-3 and PGE #561 type RSC-3m built in 1951 and 1948 are in working condition at the West Coast Heritage Park in Squamish, BC. Both are now sued for switching around the heritage park adn 561 sometimes lends a hand at Day Out With Thomas Events.
  2. PGE FM H10-44

    PGE FM H10-44

    PGE purchased ex-Columbia & Cowlitz Fairbanks Morse H10-44 D1 in 1972. In sevice for a short 3 years, retired and scrapped in 1975.
  3. PGE MLW RS-10

    PGE MLW RS-10

    PGE RS-10 is what you call "perfectly weathered".
  4. PGE meet at Squamish

    PGE meet at Squamish

    The engineer of PGE 716 North at Squamish BC invited me up in the cab so I could take this picture. Quite a rush for an 18 year old yank.
  5. PGE NB @ Squamish

    PGE NB @ Squamish

    PGE M-630s 716-702 on the siding at Squamish BC waiting for a southbound in 1972.
  6. 711 unlucky number

    711 unlucky number

    PGE MLW M-630 711 undergoing a major overhaul inside the Squamish BC shops in 1972. Unit built in 12/71. 8 years later on Feb 29 1980, hit a rockslide alongside Lake Seton and ended up submerged in the lake for several years.
  7. PGE 1002 overhaul

    PGE 1002 overhaul

    PGE 1002 MLW S-13 undergoing an overhaul inside the Squamish BC shop in 1972. This loco was later renumbered BCOL 503, scrapped in 1987.
  8. PGE Firetruck

    PGE Firetruck

    PGE firetruck at the PGE yard in Squamish BC in 1972. Don\'t recall ever seeing a railroad owned firetruck before.
  9. PGE

    PGE

    Taken at Squamish Ry. Museum, Sept. 2003.
  10. PGE Alco

    PGE Alco

    A rare Pacific Great Eastern Alco RSC3 roadswitcher sits on display at the Squamish Railroad Museum in British Columbia.



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