On August 30, 1991, the eastbound Canadian - Via Rail's transcontinental train linking Vancouver and Toronto, since we all know that the Atlantic Ocean starts at Oshawa - made a stop in the small community of Blue River, British Columbia, on the rails between Kamloops and Jasper up in the Interior. Whatever the reason for the stop, it gave the passengers at least a little bit of time to stretch their legs. This image is actually a screen capture of the video my grandfather took with his trusty Camcorder, with some steam curling around one of the dome cars and the train stretching off into the distance.
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