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CP 5014 hit a truck full of Jet Fuel in the CP Coquitlam Yard back on January 22nd that resulted in a massive fireball and much damage to the unit. After being shipped away it recently returned and was placed in the BNSF New Yard in New Westminster for furtherance to Progress Rail in Tacoma WA. The unit is still local at time of writing, but now back on CP trackage near Fraser Mills. For further photos at this location check here:
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Caption: CP 5014 hit a truck full of Jet Fuel in the CP Coquitlam Yard back on January 22nd that resulted in a massive fireball and much damage to the unit. After being shipped away it recently returned and was placed in the BNSF New Yard in New Westminster for furtherance to Progress Rail in Tacoma WA. The unit is still local at time of writing, but now back on CP trackage near Fraser Mills. For further photos at this location check here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/Le0Dk6BDk1z3hkxC2

Photographer:
Andy Cassidy [14] (more) (contact)
Date: 04/04/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 5014 (search)
Train Symbol: Dead In Yard (search)
Subdivision/SNS: BNSF New Westminster Terminal, Mile 145.0, CN New Westminster Sub (search)
City/Town: New Westminster (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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7 Comments
  1. The unit will be repaired.

  2. Do you think it will be serviceable with a new nose and cab. I’m glad the crews got out.

  3. Wow good to hear it, I was afraid to ask!

  4. The crew and the driver of the tanker truck all escaped injury fortunately.

  5. And the crew?

  6. Glad you documented this, thanks for sharing.

    Great photos by the way. The caboose is certainly interesting also.

  7. This is the link missing in the caption. https://photos.app.goo.gl/Le0Dk6BDk1z3hkxC2

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