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Pacific Wilderness

Pacific Wilderness Railway was short-lived seasonal tourist train that operated begining June 2000 with diesel powered trains from downtown Victoria on Vancouver Island 20 miles over the E&N (under Rail America) to Malahat (pop. 0).
Headed by Ross Rowland, the proposed steam engines never arrived. It failed and abruptly ended operations in July 2001.

OHCR 703 (and 705 below) two of three identical GP10's from Illinois Central's Paducah remanufacturing program owned by Ohio Central and lettered for Pacific Wilderness. Note the painted over PAW on the cab. Shown at Port Coquitlam August 14, 2001 returning from the closed down operation. EMD #20781 1/56 GP9 nee IC 9143. Mark Forseille


OHCR 706 at Port Coquitlam March 16, 2000 on the way to Vancouver Island. Mark Forseille


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