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British Columbia Short Lines and Industrial Railroads

 Abernethy Longhead Logging Co. Ltd.

44 was built by Climax in June 1915, #1359, as M D Olds Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Alberta Lumber Co 1 and resold as Canadian Robert Dollar Co Ltd 3.  It was sold as ALLCo 44 and sold as Hillcrest Lumber Co 2 in 1927.  It was renumbered 9 and preserved in 1965 by British Columbia Forest Discovery Centre.


Alberta Logging Co.

1 was built by Climax in June 1915, #1359, as M D Olds Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as ALCo 1 and resold as Canadian Robert Dollar Co Ltd 3.  It was sold as Abernethy Lougheed Logging Co Ltd 44 and sold as Hillcrest Lumber Co  2 in 1927.  It was renumbered 9 and preserved in 1965 by British Columbia Forest Discovery Centre.


British Columbia Electric Ry.

British Columbia Hydro & Power Authority

We have a full page of electric and diesel locomotives.


Canadian Robert Dollar Co. Ltd.

3 was built by Climax in June 1915, #1359, as M D Olds Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Alberta Lumber Co 1 and resold as CRDCo 3.  It was sold as Abernethy Lougheed Logging Co Ltd 44 and sold as Hillcrest Lumber Co  2 in 1927.  It was renumbered 9 and preserved in 1965 by British Columbia Forest Discovery Centre.


Canadian Western Lumber Co.

2 was built by Baldwin in July 1910, #34921.  It was sold to Comox Logging & Ry Co as 2 and it was donated to City of Courtenay, BC in August 1960.


Catalyst Paper Co.

1500, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1972, #4608-73, as Southern Pacific 2663, Class ES415L-4.  It was sold as Fletcher Challenge Canada 1500 and sold as Catalyst Paper Co 1501 in 1996.  It was sold to Western Rail Inc as WRIX 1500.

1501, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1971, #4608-8, as SP 2598, Class ES415-4.  It was sold as Fletcher Challenge Canada 1501 and sold as CPCo 1501 in 1996.


Cathels & Sorenson Logging Co.

1 was built by Montreal in December 1923, #65377.  It was sold as Victoria Lumber & Manufacturing Co 7 and sold as MacMillan Bloedel Ltd 1077.  It was sold to British Columbia Provincial Government in 1972.


Columbia Cellulose Co.

1134, G8, was built in by General Motors in June 1954, #A613, as Canadian National 7672, Class GR-9a.  It was renumbered 1572 in 1954 and renumbered 1102 in 1956.  It was renumbered as 852 in 1957.  It was rebuilt in 1957 and sold as Columbia Cellulose Co 1134.  It was sold as S G Paikin 85 and sold as Cargill Inc 1134 in 1981.


Comox Logging & Ry. Co.

2 was built by Baldwin in July 1910, #34921, as Canadian Western Lumber Co 2.  It was sold to Comox as 2 and it was donated to City of Courtenay, BC in August 1960.

16 was built by Baldwin in December 1929, #61159, as Charles R McCormick Lumber Co 101.  It was sold as United States Army 101 in 1938 and sold as Comox 18 in 1944.  It was sold to West Coast Railway Association in July 1964.


Export Lumber Co.

1 was built by Lima in December 1920, #3147, as Hillcrest Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Export Lumber Co 1 in December 1934 and resold as Mayo Lumber Co 1 in 1943.  It was sold as Osborne Bay Wharf Co 1 in March 1947 and donated to Cowichan Valley Forest Museum in 1964.


Fletcher Challenge Canada

1500, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in July 1972, #4608-73, as Southern Pacific 2663, Class ES415L-4.  It was sold as FCC 1500 and sold as Catalyst Paper Co 1501 in 1996.  It was sold to Western Rail Inc as WRIX 1500.

1501, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in October 1971, #4608-8, as SP 2598, Class ES415-4.  It was sold as FCC 1501 and sold as Catalyst 1501 in 1996.


Great Canadian Railtour Co.

7498, B36-7, was built by General Electric in November 1980, #43144, as Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe 7498, Class 7484.  It was returned to GE for the GE lease fleet in August 1989.  It was lease as GCRC in 1990 and returned to GE in 1992.  It was leased as British Columbia Ry 7498 in October 1995 and became BCOL 3615 on January 24, 1997.  It was sold to National Railway Equipment Co as 3615 in 2003.


Hillcrest Lumber Co.

1 was built by Lima in December 1920, #3147.  It was sold as Export Lumber Co 1 in December 1934 and resold as Mayo Lumber Co 1 in 1943.  It was sold as Osborne Bay Wharf Co 1 in March 1947 and donated to Cowichan Valley Forest Museum in 1964.

2 was built by Climax in June 1915, #1359, as M D Olds Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Alberta Lumber Co 1 and resold as Canadian Robert Dollar Co Ltd 3.  It was sold as Abernethy Lougheed Logging Co Ltd 44 and sold as HLCo 2 in 1927.  It was renumbered 9 and preserved in 1965 by British Columbia Forest Discovery Centre.

3 was built by Climax in March 1928, #1968.  It was renumbered 10 and sold as Victoria Pacific Ry 10 in October 1969.  It was sold Mount Rainer Scenic RR 10 in 1979 and is painted as Hutchison Lumber Co 10.


Kelowna Pacific Ry.

3500, M420W, was built by Montreal in April 1973, #M6071-01 as Canadian National 2500, Class MR-20a.  It was renumbered 3500 in 1986 and retired on November 25, 1997.  It was transferred as Canac Inc  3500 and sold as KPRy 3500.  It was sold as Lake States RR 3500 in 2004 and scrapped in October 2011.

3504, M420W, was built by Montreal in April 1973, #M6071-05, as CN 2504, Class MR-20a.  It was renumbered 3504 in 1986 and retired on December 11, 1997.  It was transferred as Canac 3504 and sold as KPRy 3504.  It was sold as LSRC 3504 in 2004 and scrapped in October 2011.

3536, M420W, was built by Montreal in March 1974, #M6081-07, as CN 2536, Class MR-20b.  It was renumbered 3536 in 1986 and retired on January 10, 1997.  It was painted black for a movie but never happened.  It was sold to KPRy in 1999 and sold as Southern Manitoba Ry 3536.

3575, M420W, was built by Montreal in June 1977, #M6092-16, as Canadian National 2575, Class MR-20c. It was renumbered 3582 in 1986 and retired on March 18, 1996,  It was leased as Hudson Bay Ry 3575 in 1996 and sold as St Thomas & Eastern 3575 in 1998.  It was transferred as Port Colborne Harbor Ry 3575 in 1999 and sold as KPRy 3575 in 2000.  It was sold as LSRC 3575 in 2004 and scrapped.


MacMillan Bloedel, Ltd.

MacMillan Bloedel & Powell River, Ltd.

1055 was built by Baldwin in 1929, #60942.  It was retired in December 1969.

1077 was built by Montreal in December 1923, #65377, as Cathels & Sorenson Logging Co 1.  It was sold as Victoria Lumber & Manufacturing Co 7 and sold as MB 1077.  It was sold to British Columbia Provincial Government in 1972.


Mayo Lumber Co.

1 was built by Lima in December 1920, #3147, as Hillcrest Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Export Lumber Co 1 in December 1934 and resold as MLCo 1 in 1943.  It was sold as Osborne Bay Wharf Co  1 in March 1947 and donated to Cowichan Valley Forest Museum in 1964.


Metro Canada Ltd.

157, GP9, was built by General Motors in May 1956, #A936, FN C209-8, as Quebec North Shore & Labrador 157, Class DRS17.  It was sold to MCL in 1981 but never used.  It was sold as Cando Contracting Ltd as CCGX 1000 in 2001 and leased as Orangeville Brampton Ry 1000.


Neptune Bulk Terminals

802, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in December 1968, #34499, as Southern Ry 2325.  It was sold as Helm Leasing Corp 1512 and sold as NBT 1512 in 2004.  It was renumbered 802 and sold as National Railway Equipment Co 802 in September 2011.


Northwood Pulp & Timber Co.

103, SW1200, was built by Electro-Motive in November 1954, #20060, as Chicago Milwaukee St Paul & Pacific 2025, Class 12E-S. It was renumbered 630 in 1959 and sold to Chrome Crankshaft in April 1984.  It was sold to NP&T in 1990 and numbered 103.  It was sold as Meridian & Bigbee RR 1208.


Osborne Bay Wharf Co.

1 was built by Lima in December 1920, #3147, as Hillcrest Lumber Co 1.  It was sold as Export Lumber Co 1 in December 1934 and resold as Mayo Lumber Co 1 in 1943.  It was sold as OBWCo 1 in March 1947 and donated to Cowichan Valley Forest Museum in 1964.


 Vancouver Wharves Co.

820, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in January 1970, #35760, as St Louis South-Western 2582, Class ES415C-3.  It was sold as VW 820 in 1996.

821, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1968, #33622, as SSW 2491, Class ES415C-1. .  It was sold as VW 821 in 1996.

822, SW1200, was built by Electro-Motive in June 1965, #30247, as Southern Pacific 1615, Class DS-124.  It was renumbered 2280, Class ES412-5, in 1966, and later sold as VW 822 in 1988.  It was sold as David J Joseph Co 822 in 2001.

823, SW1500, was built by Electro-Motive in February 1968, #33620, as SSW 2489, Class ES415C-1.  It was sold as VW 823 in 1996 and sold as Locomotive Specialists Inc 2489 in 2003.


Victoria Lumber & Manufacturing Co.

7 was built by Montreal in December 1923, #65377, as Cathels & Sorenson Logging Co 1.  It was sold as VL&M 7 and sold as MacMillan Bloedel Ltd 1077.  It was sold to British Columbia Provincial Government in 1972.


Victoria Pacific Ry.

10 was built by Climax in March 1928, #1968, as Hillcrest Lumber Co 3  It was renumbered 10 and sold as VPRy 10 in October 1969.  It was sold Mount Rainer Scenic RR 10 in 1979 and is painted as Hutchison Lumber Co 10.

 

 

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