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CNR heavy duty snow plow

Photograph depicts a CNR heavy duty plow, built in 1939. Became property of the Kamloops Heritagae Railway Society. Image captures a close up of the coupler and moveable lower front plate.

Alberni Pacific Railway train

Photograph depicts a train commencing its trip in its yard, not at the station, in Port Alberni. Locomotive at the lower/city end (ie formation at the end of the last trip). It, at the time, needed to get to the head-end, so it took the siding.

Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway main line

Photograph taken on the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway main line out of Port Alberni with run-around siding over the right out of sight. Yard is found towards the rear. On the left, there was private trackage of the Nordeske paper mill that was in daily use until December 31, 2001 when Rail America stopped runnning freights because the mill went to road transport.

Alberni Pacific Railway water tank

Photograph depicts a water tank car used for fighting line side fires. Propery of Alberni Pacific tourist railway. Sat in a yard in Port Alberni. Formerly owned by Crown Zellerbach of Ladysmith.

Tank car

Photograph depicts an old tank car owned by a logging railway on Vancouver Island, parked at the end of a spur behind a locomotive shed of the Alberni Pacific Railway.

McLean sawmill switcher

Photograph depicts a tiny switcher that belonged to the McLean sawmill and was buily by Buda of New Westminster, circa 1927. Sat on unconnected trackage adjacent to the Alberni Pacific Railway and was part of a sawmill exhibit.

Alberni Pacific Railway locomotive

Photograph depicts an Alberni Pacific Railway locomotive built in 1929 by Baldwin. After at least four years of restoration, it commenced running in 2001. It was spotted outside of a locomotive shed in Port Alberni.

Logging caboose

Photograph depicts a primitive logging caboose. Believed to have been built by or for the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway in 1898.

Alberni Pacific Railway train

Photograph depicts the Pacific Rails Convention of Victoria on a field trip to Port Alberni. Travelling on the Alberni Pacific Railway to visit a steam-driven sawmill at its outer terminal. Chartered trip for convention members (one coach/bus load) as the line was not yet open for the tourist season.

Alberni Pacific Railway train

Photograph depicts an Alberni Pacific Railway train travelling on Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway track, not used since 2002 and was now at the beginning of a connecting spur to a steam sawmill museum. It was built in 2000, but commenced in the 2001 summer season.

CNR heavy duty snow plow

Photograph depicts a CNR heavy duty plow, built in 1939. Became property of the Kamloops Heritagae Railway Society. Photo captures details of a door on its left side.

Air force officer speaking from a podium at the Comox Valley Air Force Museum

Photograph taken during the Inaugural Dedication of Heritage Stones. Canadian flags hang behind podium. Crowd sits under tent in grassy area, planes visible in background.

Item is one of three photographs accompanying a paper reading: “Comox Valley Air Force Museum Association, Inaugural Dedication of Heritage Stones, Sunday 04 June 2006”; see also items 2009.6.1.627 and 2009.6.1.628.

Okanagan Valley Railway freight

Photograph depicts 2 car freight near Oyama on the CN branch from Kelowna to Vernon. The lead locomotive was lettered "Hudson Bay Railway." Central Kansas Railway may be a parent.

Comox Logging Railway device

Photograph depicts a homemade (?) device used to scour boiler tubs of scale. Taken at the former site of the Comox Logging Railway's yard and maintenance facilities.

Port Alberni station

Photograph depicts a renovated Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway station in Port Alberni. It was now used by Alberni Pacific tourist railway.

Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway, Parksville

Photograph depicts Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway trackage in Parksville. Looking north beyond the junction with the Alberni branch line. The spur on the left seemed to be used, but the siding on the right did not.

Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway, Alberni branch line

Photograph depicts the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Alberni branch line, one mile east of the former Cameron Lake station. At this point, Highway 4 and rails "touch" each other for about 100 yards, but it was hardly noticable in those days because of bush growth.

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