British Col. RR pushers - manned or remote?
Author: ?
Date: 11-17-2023 - 20:08

I have read often that British Columbia RR used remote helpers. But this post shows "Pemberton pushers" manned. I wonder what the preference was and why. Was this route the one with electric locomotives?

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Keith Ode Wrote:
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> The following photos were taken aboard the
> Pemberton Pushers on June 21, 2004 between 1am and
> 5am.

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4603_night3.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4603_night5.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol743.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol743a.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4650.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4650_gauges.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4650b.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol4650a.jpg

http://bayarearails.net/juppo/bcol_couplers.jpg



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  British Col. RR pushers - manned or remote? ? 11-17-2023 - 20:08
  Re: British Col. RR pushers - manned or remote? BTDT 11-18-2023 - 21:45
  Re: British Col. RR pushers - manned or remote? BTDT 11-18-2023 - 21:55
  Re: British Col. RR pushers - manned or remote? Jim G. 11-19-2023 - 20:35


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