This shot pretty much tells the story of how crappy the MILW Sumas Branch became by the end in 1980. Zero maintainence ever. Believe it or not,
they ran everything that the Tacoma roundhouse had including U36C\'s up this line.
Here the Sumas local is on the north side of the US/Canada border on CPRail trackage at Huntingdon, B.C. Sumas Wa, is just in the distance behind the locomotives. This power is about to lift an interchange from the Southern Railway of BC and take it south.
Taken at 8.35pm on a very warm...
Brakeman Ken Royal rides the cut while brakeman Algee Baldwin mans the switch while doing a gravity drop at Lynden, WA in April of 2002.
Lynden is located in NW WA near the Canadian Border. It is at the end of an 11 mile branch off of BNSF's Sumas Subdivision. These cars are going to the...
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