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A six car set of the "Expo" Line Mark 1 Skytrain heads west out from King George for Vancouver-Waterfron with another load of commuters. Three generations of paint schemes are represented in this image. The first two are from the early-2000 Millenium Line building, the middle from 2014 and last two from the 1986 Expo period. The middle cars are part of over 100 Mark 1 cars Translink is upgrading.
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Caption: A six car set of the "Expo" Line Mark 1 Skytrain heads west out from King George for Vancouver-Waterfron with another load of commuters. Three generations of paint schemes are represented in this image. The first two are from the early-2000 Millenium Line building, the middle from 2014 and last two from the 1986 Expo period. The middle cars are part of over 100 Mark 1 cars Translink is upgrading.

Photographer:
Christopher Wasney [64] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/08/2014 (search)
Railway: Translink (search)
Reporting Marks: 093-094-068-067-095-096 (search)
Train Symbol: Not Provided
Subdivision/SNS: King George (search)
City/Town: Surrey (search)
Province: British Columbia (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Certainly different and interesting. Thanks for posting this one. Guess we can kiss the Target goodbye……unintended history in this image.

  2. The skytrain doesn’t really hold much interest to me, but I appreciate having it documented in the database.. it is on rails.. :) And this is a nice photo.

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