Canada Line trains are no stranger to wrap ads, but most of them are only around for a limited time. An exception to this are the trains - I believe there are two - wearing the River Rock wrap ad, which has been consistently out there since at least the summer of 2010, and possibly since the line opened for service. This shot was taken from one of the turboprop departure lounges at Vancouver International Airport; given the way the line's built, there aren't that many opportunities to catch a train from a perspective like this.
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