Inter-Dominion Line

From Dominion of British Columbia

The Inter-Dominion Line is an electrified 529.5 mile railway line of the British Columbia Railway (BC Rail) running from Pacific Central Station in Vancouver to Jasper, Alberta, Canada. It is the busiest railway line in British Columbia,and the second-longest of BC Rail's lines. 77.3 miles of the line is double-tracked.

The Inter-Dominion Line makes numerous connections along its length: at Grandview Junction, Vancouver it connects to the South False Creek Line and the Washington & British Columbia Railway's Burrard Inlet Line, at Brentwood Junction, Burnaby to the North Shore Line, at Brunette to the W&BC Semiahmoo Line, at Sapperton to the Lulu Island Line and the Canadian Pacific Railway's Westminster Subdivision, at Liverpool to the BC Hydro Railway's Fraser Valley Line and the W&BC New Westminster Southern Line, at Eagles Reach to the BCH Fraser Valley Line, at Gifford and at Matsqui to the North Western Pacific Railroad's Bellingham & Northern Line, at Chilliwack to the BCH Fraser Valley Line and the W&BC VV&E Line, at Hope to the Coquihalla Line, at Siska, Spences Bridge, South Nepa, and Barnes Creek to the CPR Thompson Subdivision, at Ashcroft to the Sitlika Line, at Brocklehurst to the Airport Branch and the Supertest Spur, at Kamloops to the CPR Shuswap Subdivision, at Valemount Junction to the Valemount Connecting Line, and at Jasper, Alberta to the Grand Trunk Line and the Canadian National Railway's transcontinental trunk line.

The Inter-Dominion Line is divided amongst several Regions of BC Rail: the Vancouver–Ashcroft section is Line 20 of the Lower Mainland Region, the Ashcroft–Vavenby section is Line 30 of the Fraser Region, and the Vavenby–Jasper section is Line 71 of the Grand Trunk Region. The Airport Branch is Line 3001 and the Supertest Spur is Line 3002 of the Fraser Region.

The yard at Port Mann, Surrey is the largest electrified railway yard in the Western Hemisphere.

History

Vancouver businessman Sir John Hendry obtained a charter from the Dominion government in 1899 to build a railway from New Westminster to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Called the Vancouver, Westminster & Yukon Railway, the first section, from Vancouver to New Westminster, was opened in 1902. In 1904, the Dominion government built the Fraser River Bridge between New Westminster and Liverpool, Surrey - the first bridge across the Fraser River south of Yale, and the VW&Y extended its line across the bridge to Liverpool, establishing a connection with the New Westminster Southern Railway, a subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway (GN). In the following year, the GN - the archrival of the CPR - acquired a 25% interest in the VW&Y, which built its station at the corner of Main and Prior Streets.

The Dominion Northern Pacific Railway (DNP) was established in 1900 as a subsidiary of the Canadian Dominion Northern Railway formed two years prior to build a second transcontinental railway entirely within the British Empire to be an alternative to the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR). Construction of the BC portion of the transcontinental line, from Vancouver to Edmonton, Alberta, commenced immediately the DNP was founded. Actual new construction was required only from Liverpool, as the DNP secured running rights from there over the VW&Y over the government-owned bridge into Vancouver, where the DNP began construction of its magnificent Pacific Central Station in Vancouver on land reclaimed from what had been the eastern end of False Creek. Work on the station itself began in 1909, finishing in time for the grand opening of the new line from Vancouver to Edmonton in 1914.

The VW&Y never got beyond the V&W portion, and in 1914 - shortly before the line to Jasper was completed - the DNP bought the VW&Y and incorporate the existing line into the new transcontinental line. The Great Northern retained the 25% share it had held in the VW&Y, and the GN, and subsequently the Washington & British Columbia Railway, retained running rights over the section from Brunette to Grandview Junction in Vancouver, and contributes 25% of the maintenance costs for that section.

Unfortunately for the DNP, the outbreak of the First World War caused a downturn in traffic that, due to its insecure financial situation, affected the company significantly. Being in direct competition with the Canadian Pacific for Vancouver traffic, hindered by a longer route from Winnipeg to the Pacific Coast, and - not having its own shipping subsidiary - having to rely on third-party steamship operators, the Dominion Northern was hit particularly hard, leading to its bankruptcy less than three years after its opening. Recognising the importance of the railway, in 1918 the Canadian government nationalised the Dominion Northern, and the BC government opted to follow suit a month later with the DNP; the Jasper–Edmonton section was sold to Canada. In Canada, the nationalised company retained the Dominion Northern name until absorbed into the Canadian National Railway in 1923, but the Dominion Northern Pacific Railway was renamed, becoming the British Columbia Railway (BCR).

Crown ownership of the railway gave the BCR a stability and security that it had lacked before. The Dominion Northern, operating on a shoestring budget from the beginning, had saved money wherever it could, with the result that the quality of construction on the mainline left much to be desired. One of the first tasks after nationalisation was the upgrade of the mainline to the highest standards of the time over the entire line from Hope to Jasper. In 1922, after the government nationalised the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and merged it into the BCR, the Vancouver–Jasper line was given the name it has kept to this day, the Inter-Dominion Line.

The BCR's Electrification project began in 1922, with the first section, 117 miles from Hope to Ashcroft on the Inter-Dominion Line, being put into operation in September 1930; this route was chosen as it is one of the most difficult sections of that line. Afterwards, the wires were extended from both ends of this section, and the entire VancouverKamloops line becoming operational in July 1931. The next section completed was the other difficult mountain segment: from Valemount to Jasper was energised in October 1931. This included the 75.3 mile portion of the Inter-Dominion Line, the parallel 64.8 mile stretch of the Grand Trunk Line from Tete Jaune Cache to Jasper, and the 8.8-mile Valemount Connecting Line. Electrification of the remainder of the Inter-Dominion Line between Kamloops and Valemount was completed in three stages: Kamloops–Barriere (34.2 miles) in July 1932, Barriere–Vavenby (52.2 miles) in April 1934, and Vavenby–Valemount (110.4 miles) in August 1936.

Airport Branch

The Airport Branch is an electrified 2.5 mile passenger-only branchline from Brocklehurst Airport to Kamloops International Airport. A RailBus service operates under contract to Kamloops Transit between Kamloops Airport and Armstrong, running daily 05:30 to 00:30, departing on the even hour from Kamloops Airport, and on the odd hour from Armstrong.

Supertest Spur

The Supertest Spur is a 1.7 mile freight-only branch from Brocklehurst to the Supertest plant.

Services

Freight

In terms of freight service, the Inter-Dominion Line is one of the five busiest lines in BC, with fourteen scheduled through freights every day as well as numerous locals and wayfreights that operate as extras.

Passenger

The various categories of passenger service are defined by the Ministry of Labour, Industry & Railways in conjunction with the Ministry of Transport & Communications; these categories are applicable to and used by all railways providing passenger service in British Columbia. Like all other railways in BC, ticket prices for BC Rail passenger trains are based on the Ministry's Schedule of Railway Fares.

Yellowhead is not a public service station - no passengers or freight are picked up or dropped off there, and it straddles the BC–Canada border. All trains do stop there, however, for customs inspections. Prior to the passing of the British Columbia and Canada Act 1957 the station was much larger than it is today, as inspections took a much longer time back then, especially for freight trains. The BC&C Act (the precursor to the Commonwealth Realms Act 1969) removed most barriers to the movement of people and goods between the two countries, resulting in stopping times at Yellowhead being much shorter than before.

Limited Express

Limited Express trains are BC Rail's fastest and most prestigious trains, making very few or no intermediate stops. They feature free baggage handling for both first and second classes, along with a cafeteria car open to both classes. The Inter-Dominion Line sees five international Limited Express services.

All international Limited Express trains feature full-service dining cars open to first and second class passengers, sleeping cars (first class) and sleeperette cars (second class), as well as baggage handling, free of charge for first class passengers, or for a surcharge for second class passengers. International services may be used for domestic travel, but for travel between three or fewer domestic stops a surcharge is applied.

International
  • 101/102 Inter-Dominion Limited (BCR/VIA Rail): Vancouver, BC (Pacific Central) – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Daily service using a BC Rail consist, with BC Rail locomotives and crews working the over the entire route. This train runs over the trackage of BC Rail between Vancouver and Jasper, and of the Canadian National between Jasper and Edmonton.
Intermediate stops:
BC: Chilliwack, Hope, Ashcroft, Kamloops, Clearwater, Valemount, Yellowhead
Alberta: Jasper
  • 103/104 Continental (BCR/VIA Rail): Vancouver, BC (Pacific Central) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Twice-weekly service with eastbound trains departing Vancouver on Mondays and Fridays in the consist of Train 101, westbound trains leaving Toronto on Wednesdays and Sundays, from Edmonton continuing in the consist of Train 102. VIA Rail consists are used. BC Rail locomotives and crews work the train between Vancouver and Edmonton. This train operates as a limited express between Vancouver and Edmonton, and as a semi-express between Edmonton and Toronto.
Intermediate stops (flag stops east of Edmonton not shown):
BC: Chilliwack, Hope, Ashcroft, Kamloops, Clearwater, Valemount, Yellowhead
Alberta: Jasper, Edmonton
Saskatchewan: Biggar, Saskatoon, Melville
Manitoba: Winnipeg
Ontario: Sioux Lookout, Hornepayne, Capreol, Sudbury Junction
  • 105 Canadian/106 British Columbian (BCR/VIA Rail): Vancouver, BC (Pacific Central) – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Daily service with a morning departure from each end using one VIA consist and one BC Rail consist; the westbound train is called British Columbian, and the eastbound is the Canadian. This train runs over BC Rail trackage between Vancouver and Kamloops, and over Canadian Pacific trackage between Kamloops and Calgary; locomotive change takes place in Kamloops.
Intermediate stops:
BC: Chilliwack, Hope, Ashcroft, Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Sicamous, Blaenau, Golden, Field
Alberta: Lake Louise, Banff, Canmore
  • 131/132 International Hiawatha (North Western Pacific/BCR): Vancouver, BC (Pacific Central) – Chicago, Illinois, USA
Twice-weekly service with eastbound trains departing Vancouver on Wednesdays and Saturdays, westbound trains leaving Chicago on Tuesdays and Fridays; all trains consist of NWP consists. This train runs over the trackage of the BC Rail between Vancouver and Castlegar, and over NWP trackage between Castlegar and Chicago; locomotive changes take place in Castlegar.
Intermediate stops:
BC: Hope, Princeton, Penticton, Grand Forks, Castlegar, Salmo, Nelway (BC and US customs checks)
Washington: Metaline Falls, Newport
Idaho: Spirit Lake
Washington: Spokane
Idaho: St Maries
Montana: Avery, Missoula, Butte, Harlowton, Miles City
South Dakota: Mobridge, Aberdeen
Minnesota: Minneapolis, St Paul
Wisconsin: Milwaukee
Illinois: Racine
  • 191/192 Alaska Limited (BCR/Alaska Railroad): Anchorage, Alaska, USA – Seattle, Washington, USA
This is a once-weekly service departing Seattle on Tuesdays and Anchorage on Fridays, consisting of two ARR and two BC Rail sleeping cars in the summer months and one ARR and one BC Rail sleeper in the winter. These consists operate as through cars attached to the Alaska Railroad's international semi-express service between Anchorage and Whitehorse, to the BC Rail Klondike Limited between Whitehorse and Prince George, to the BC Rail Fraser–Skeena domestic express between Prince George and Ashcroft, to the BC Rail Inter-Dominion Limited between Ashcroft and Vancouver, and to the W&BC/Amtrak Cascades international express between Vancouver and Seattle.
Intermediate stops:
Alaska: Wasilla, Talkeetna, Denali, Fairbanks, Delta Junction, Dry Creek, Dot Lake, Tanacross, Tok, Tetlin, Northway, Alcan Border (US customs checks)
Yukon: Beaver Creek (Canadian customs checks), Snag Junction, Quill Creek, Burwash Landing, Destruction Bay, Kloo Lake, Haines Junction, Canyon, Champagne Landing, Ibex Valley, Whitehorse, Teslin, Carcross
BC: Klinkit, Cassiar, Porter Landing, Dease Lake, Takla, Fort St James, Prince George, Red Rock, Quesnel, Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Clinton, Cache Creek, Ashcroft, Hope, Chilliwack, Vancouver (Pacific Central), White Rock (BC customs checks)
Washington: Blaine (US customs checks), Ferndale, Bellingham, Mount Vernon, Stanwood, Everett, Edmonds
Domestic
  • 153/154 Whistler Limited: Kamloops – Whistler
One daily return Thursday through Sunday during ski season only.
Intermediate stops: Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton

Express

Regular Express trains stop more often than Limited Express trains, but do not make unscheduled stops, featuring baggage handling free of charge to first class passengers, and available to second class passengers for a surcharge, and all include either a full-service dining car or a cafeteria car open to all classes. For travel between three or fewer stops a surcharge is applied. There are four Express trains on the Inter-Dominion Line.

  • 21/22 Rocky Mountaineer: Vancouver (Pacific Central) – Valemount
One daily overnight trip in each direction operated by express EMU (class EM30) with first- and second-class convertible cars (chair/sleeperette) and cafeteria and baggage compartments. The usual short-trip surcharge does not apply to this train.
Intermediate stops: Chilliwack, Hope, Boston Bar, Lytton, Ashcroft, Kamloops, Barriere, Blackpool, Clearwater, Vavenby, Blue River
  • 23/24 Phthauntac: Vancouver (Pacific Central) – Penticton
One daily overnight trip in each direction with sleeping cars (first class) and sleeperettes (second class), a cafeteria car, and one second-class chair car. The usual short-trip surcharge does not apply to this train.
Intermediate stops: Chilliwack, Hope, Brodie, Brookmere, Tullameen, Princeton, Demuth
  • 31.1-2/32.1-2 Fraser Canyon: Vancouver (Pacific Central) – Kamloops
Two daily return trips operated by express EMU (class EM31) with first- and second-class chair cars and cafeteria and baggage compartments.
Intermediate stops: Chilliwack, Hope, Boston Bar, Lytton, Ashcroft
  • 33/34 Fraser–Skeena: Kamloops – Prince George
One daily except Sunday return trip, with a dining car and a through sleeperette car to Ganiks Laxha – Prince Rupert.
Intermediate stops: Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton, 100 Mile House, Williams Lake, Quesnel, Red Rock

Local

Local trains are passenger trains that make scheduled stops at all stations and halts along the route they serve. There are four Local trains on the Inter-Dominion Line; all are operated with multiple-unit trainsets, but none have baggage handling.

  • 2001E.1-4/2002E.1-4: Vancouver (Pacific Central) – Hope
Four daily return trips operated by EMU, second class only with seat-side drink and snack service.
  • 3001E.1-4/3002E.1-4: Kamloops – Ashcroft – Hope
Four daily return trips operated by EMU, second class only with seat-side drink and snack service.
  • 3003D.1-2/3004D.1-2: Kamloops – Spences Bridge – Merritt – Nicola
Two daily return trips operated by diesel car, second class only with seat-side drink and snack service.
  • 6111.1-2/6112.1-2: Lillooet – Clinton – Ashcroft – Kamloops
Two daily return trips, second class only with seat-side drink and snack service.
  • 7041.1-2/7042.1-2: Kamloops – Valemount – Tete Jaune Cache
Two daily round trips, first and second class with a cafeteria car.

RailBus

The RailBus moniker is given to a Dominion-wide network of heavy rail transit operated under contract to the Ministry of Transport & Communication, various departments of the Urban Transit Authority, to school districts, or to First Nation governments, as the case may be. There is one RailBus service on the Slahaltkan Line.

  • Armstrong – Kamloops – Kamloops Airport: daily 05:30 to 00:30, departing on the even half hour from Kamloops International Airport (first train 6.30), and on the odd half hour from Armstrong (first train . Operated under contract to Kamloops Transit, a department of the UTA.

Timetable

  • "Down" is towards Vancouver; Down trains are superior to Up trains.
  • ≈ - train travels via different route
  • ƒ - flag stop by reservation only
  • ↓↑ - train does not stop


Line 20: Inter-Dominion Line (Vancouver–Ashcroft)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
902003.1
freight
902003.2
freight
902003.3
freight
802001.1
freight
802001.2
freight
802001.3
freight
3001E.1
L
135.1
R
135.2
R
2001E.1
L
171
Ex
1401.1
L
431
Ltd
1701.1
L
3003D.1
L
101/103
Ltd
31.1
Ex
105
Ltd
141.1
Ex
2001E.2
L
802003
freight
802005
freight
3001E.2
L
1401.2
L
2001E.3
L
141.2
Ex
3001E.3
L
1701.2
L
31.2
Ex
3003D.2
L
131
Ltd
2001E.4
L
1401.3
L
21
Ex
3001E.4
L
23
Ex
902001.1
freight
902001.2
freight
902001.3
freight
902001.4
freight
902001.5
freight
902001.6
freight
Vancouver
Pacific Central
0.0
(-)
Lv
5.00
5.30
5.40
6.00
6.08
6.20
6.21
8.04
8.08
8.32
9.00
9.10
11.27
12.40
15.00
15.53
18.12
19.48
20.10
20.32
22.20
22.52
Still Creek
freight only
3.4
(-)
Ar
Lv
Brunette
freight only
10.9 (-)
Ar
Lv
Sapperton
freight only
12.2 (-)
Ar
Bhm
8.10
Seattle
14.08
Bhm
13.29
Seattle
20.08
Bhm
22.35
Lv
Liverpool
14.4 (14)
Ar
6.05
Nls
19.56
9.35
13.05
20.35
Lv
6.07
9.36
13.06
20.36
Port Mann
freight only
15.7 (-)
Ar
Lv
0.18
0.22
0.26
10.00
Tynehead
freight only
21.0 (-)
Ar
Lv
0.36
0.40
0.44
10.10
23.30
23.34
23.38
23.42
23.44
23.46
Walnut Grove
freight only
24.7 (-)
Ar
Lv
Fort Langley
28.8 (14)
Ar
6.27
9.56
13.26
20.56
Lv
6.30
9.57
13.27
20.57
Eagles Reach
freight only
30.3 (-)
Ar
(6.37)
Lv
(6.39)
Glen Valley
33.8 (5)
Ar
6.46
10.02
13.35
21.05
Lv
6.52
10.03
13.36
21.06
Gifford
42.5 (9)
Ar
7.03
10.14
13.47
21.17
Lv
7.04
10.15
13.48
21.18
Matsqui
44.4 (2)
Ar

(5.43)

(6.20)
7.07
10.18
13.51
21.21
Lv
7.08
10.19
13.52
21.22
Mainland
freight only
48.8 (-)
Ar
Glcr
7.44
Glcr
8.10
Lv
Donora
55.3 (11)
Ar
7.19
10.30
14.03
21.33
Lv
7.20
10.31
14.08
21.34
W&BC Jct
junction only
59.1 (-)
Ar

(7.50)

(8.26)

(17.57)
Lv
Chilliwack
60.0 (5)
Ar
7.25
7.53
8.27
9.16
9.22
9.44
10.36
14.13
17.58
19.26
21.39
23.12
23.43
Lv
7.30
8.00
8.30
9.20
9.32
9.50
10.40
14.15
18.02
19.30
21.44
23.20
0.30
Rosedale
66.3 (6)
Ar
7.37
8.37
10.47
14.22
18.09
21.51
Lv
7.38
8.39
10.48
14.23
18.11
21.52
Popkum
74.4 (4)
Ar
7.43
8.44
10.53
14.28
18.16
21.57
Lv
7.44
8.46
10.54
14.29
18.18
21.58
Cheam
75.6 (5)
Ar
7.51
8.53
11.01
14.36
18.25
22.05
Lv
7.52
8.55
11.02
14.37
18.27
22.06
Laidlaw
82.1 (7)
Ar
8.00
9.03
11.10
14.45
18.35
22.14
Lv
8.01
9.05
11.11
14.46
18.37
22.15
Ruby Creek
84.0 (2)
Ar
8.04
9.08
11.14
14.49
18.40
22.18
Lv
8.05
9.10
11.15
14.50
18.42
22.19
Floods
87.9 (4)
Ar
8.11
9.16
11.21
14.56
18.48
22.25
Lv
8.12
9.18
11.22
14.57
18.50
22.26
Hope
91.7 (4)
Ar
1.47
1.51
1.55
8.18
8.32
9.24
9.52
10.04
10.22
11.28
15.03
18.56
20.02
21.26
22.32
23.52
1.32
Lv
2.17
2.21
2.25
4.18
8.40
9.26
10.00
10.36
10.30
11.24
15.51
19.00
20.24
21.30
0.00
22.40
2.00
Chapmans
119.0 (27)
Ar
4.53
ManP
9.35
Ptn
11.29
11.58
16.25
Ptn
21.03
Chicago
1.55+3d
23.15
Pen
7.40
Lv
4.54
11.59
16.26
23.16
Boston Bar
131.5 (13)
Ar
5.09
11.28
12.14
16.41
21.17
0.53
23.31
Lv
5.10
11.32
12.16
16.42
21.21
1.00
21.33
Canyon Alpine
135.0 (4)
Ar
5.15
12.21
16.47
23.38
Lv
5.16
12.22
16.48
23.39
Boothroyd
138.5 (4)
Ar
5.21
12.27
16.53
23.44
Lv
5.22
12.28
16.54
23.45
Falls Creek
147.2 (9)
Ar
5.33
12.39
17.05
23.56
Lv
5.34
12.40
17.06
23.57
Kanaka Bar
150.5 (3)
Ar
5.39
12.45
17.11
0.02
Lv
5.40
12.46
17.12
0.03
Siska
152.3 (2)
Ar
5.43
12.50
17.15
0.06
Lv
5.44
12.56
17.16
0.07
Lytton
159.5 (7)
Ar
3.45
3.49
3.53
5.54
Nic
6.30
12.09
13.36
13.06
17.26
21.58
Nic
17.30
1.37
0.17
Lv
4.02
4.06
4.10
5.56
12.13
14.20
13.08
17.28
22.02
1.42
0.20
Spences Bridge
182.9 (23)
Ar
3.26
3.30
3.34
6.24
7.58
13.36
17.56
18.58
0.48
2.43
2.45
2.47
Lv
3.56
4.00
4.04
6.26
8.01
13.44
18.00
19.00
0.50
3.48
3.50
3.52
Tsinkahtl
188.3 (6)
Ar
6.33
8.09
13.37
13.52
18.07
19.07
0.57
Lv
6.34
8.10
14.08
13.58
18.09
19.08
0.58
Spatsum
193.7 (5)
Ar
6.41
8.18
14.05
18.22
19.15
1.05
Lv
6.42
8.19
14.06
18.26
19.18
1.06
Basque
198.8 (5)
Ar
6.49
8.27
14.14
18.33
19.26
1.13
2.53
2.57
3.01
Lv
6.50
8.28
14.15
18.34
19.27
1.14
3.10
3.14
3.18
Ashcroft
208.6 (9)
Ar
7.04
8.43
12.21
13.14
12.52
14.30
18.48
23.02
19.41
2.42
1.28
Lv
7.12
8.45
12.30
13.22
13.10
14.34
18.52
23.06
19.55
3.00
1.30
Destination
Jas
0.40
Jas
0.44
Jas
0.48
Kam
8.48
Kam
8.52
Kam
8.56
Kam
8.24
Kam
9.50
Edm (101) 1.50+1d
Tor (103) 20.45+3d
Kam
14.11
Calgary
22.29
BR
18.50
BR
19.52
Kam
15.45
Kam
20.03
Kam
23.55
Kam
21.21
Vlm
7.48
Kam
2.47
Jas
10.23
Jas
10.27
Jas
10.50
Jas
11.36
Jas
11.38
Jas
11.40
Line 20: Inter-Dominion Line (Ashcroft–Vancouver)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
802002.1
freight
802002.2
freight
802002.3
freight
802004
freight
802006
freight
22
Ex
2002E.1
L
24
Ex
2002E.2
L
902002.1
freight
902002.2
freight
902002.3
freight
902002.4
freight
902002.5
freight
902002.6
freight
32.1
Ex
3002E.1
L
1402.1
L
1702.1
L
3004D.1
L
3002E.2
L
902004.1
freight
902004.2
freight
902004.3
freight
1402.2
L
102/104
Ltd
2002E.3
L
106
Ltd
132
Ltd
2002E.4
L
3002E.3
L
172
Ex
142.1
Ex
1702.2
L
32.2
Ex
142.2
Ex
136.1
R
3002E.4
L
432
Ltd
1402.3
L
136.2
R
3004D.2
L
Origin
Kam
0.00
Kam
0.04
Kam
0.08
BR
20.56
BR
21.00
Vlm
21.10
Jas
20.00
Jas
20.04
Jas
20.08
Jas
20.12
Jas
20.16
Jas
20.20
Kam
6.24
Kam
5.57
Kam
9.55
Kam
10.19
Jas
18.00
Jas
18.04
Jas
18.08
Edm (102)
23.40
Tor (104)
8.05-3d
Kam
16.04
Calgary
8.20
Kam
18.00
Kam
20.17
Kam
21.48
Ashcroft
208.6
(9)
Ar
2.48
7.00
7.11
11.10
11.30

11.42

11.46

11.50
13.07
17.15
17.49
18.49
21.30
23.04
Lv
2.54
7.14
7.20
11.12
11.35
13.20
17.20
18.00
18.53
21.34
23.08
Basque
198.8
(9)
Ar
7.35
11.26
11.46
11.56
11.58
12.02
17.34
21.48
23.23
Lv
7.36
11.27
11.47
12.09
12.11
12.13
17.35
21.49
23.24
Spatsum
193.7
(5)
Ar
2.04
2.08
2.17
6.29
6.33
6.37
6.40
7.43
11.35
11.54
12.16
12.18
12.20
17.42
21.56
23.32
Lv
3.00
3.04
2.22
6.44
6.48
6.52
6.55
7.44
11.36
12.00
12.28
12.49
12.53
17.43
21.57
23.33
Tsinkahtl
188.3
(5)
Ar
2.06
2.29
2.36
6.28
6.32
7.51
11.44
12.12
12.35
17.50
22.04
23.41
Lv
2.10
2.50
2.54
6.36
6.40
7.52
11.48
12.16
12.38
17.51
22.05
23.42
Spences Bridge
182.9
(6)
Ar
2.17
3.14
3.18
2.57
3.04
8.00
11.56
12.23
12.45
13.03
13.07
17.58
22.12
23.50
Lv
4.44
4.48
4.52
5.02
5.05
8.02
11.58
12.26
13.37
13.56
14.00
18.00
22.18
23.52
Lytton
159.5
(23)
Ar
3.54
8.14
8.30
Nic
13.20
12.54
18.28
19.53
22.46
Nic
1.05
Lv
4.00
8.18
8.32
12.56
18.30
20.12
22.48
Siska
152.3
(7)
Ar
8.42
13.06
18.40
22.58
Lv
8.43
13.07
18.41
22.59
Kanaka Bar
150.5
(2)
Ar
8.46
13.10
18.44
23.02
Lv
8.47
13.11
18.45
23.03
Falls Creek
147.2
(3)
Ar
8.52
13.16
18.50
23.08
Lv
8.53
13.17
18.51
23.09
Boothroyd
138.5
(9)
Ar
9.04
13.28
19.02
23.20
Lv
9.05
13.29
19.03
23.21
Canyon Alpine
135.0
(4)
Ar
9.10
13.34
19.08
23.26
Lv
9.11
13.35
19.09
23.27
Boston Bar
131.5
(4)
Ar
4.37
8.55
9.16
13.40
15.04
15.08
19.14
21.00
23.32
Lv
4.42
8.59
9.17
13.41
16.56
17.00
19.15
21.31
23.33
Chapmans
119.0
(13)
Ar
7.12
7.15
Pen
22.30
9.32
Ptn
6.40
13.56
Chicago
15.00-2d
19.30
Nel
5.30
Ptn
16.12
23.48
ManP
20.30
Lv
7.28
7.32
9.33
13.57
19.31
23.49
Hope
91.7
(27)
Ar
5.35
4.12
9.48
10.07
8.43
14.31
15.41
16.26
20.05
17.20
20.22
18.15
22.14
0.23
21.25
Lv
5.40
3.10
5.00
4.50
9.53
8.45
15.50
13.10
16.30
16.42
17.24
20.26
18.17
22.18
21.30
Floods
87.9
(4)
Ar
3.16
4.57
(9.59)
8.51
13.16
16.48
18.23
Lv
3.17
4.58
(10.06)
8.53
13.17
16.49
18.25
Ruby Creek
84.0
(4)
Ar
3.23
5.04
(10.12)
8.59
13.23
16.55
18.31
Lv
3.24
5.05
(10.14)
9.01
13.24
16.56
18.33
Laidlaw
82.1
(2)
Ar
3.27
5.08
9.04
13.27
16.59
18.36
Lv
3.28
5.09
9.06
13.28
17.00
18.38
Cheam
75.6
(7)
Ar
3.36
5.17
9.14
13.36
17.08
18.46
Lv
3.37
5.21
9.16
13.37
17.09
18.48
Popkum
74.4
(5)
Ar
3.44
5.26
9.23
13.44
17.16
18.55
Lv
3.45
5.27
9.25
13.45
17.17
18.57
Rosedale
66.3
(4)
Ar
3.50
5.32
9.30
13.50
17.22
19.02
Lv
3.51
5.33
9.32
13.51
17.23
19.04
Chilliwack
60.0
(6)
Ar
6.12
3.58
5.32
5.40
10.30
9.39
16.22
13.58
17.30
17.56
20.58
19.11
22.50
22.02
Lv
6.24
3.59
6.08
5.46
10.34
9.41
16.30
14.00
17.32
18.00
21.02
19.15
22.56
22.10
W&BC Jct
junction only
59.1
(-)
Ar

(9.42)

(18.03)

(19.16)

(22.13)
Lv
Donora
55.3
(5)
Ar
4.04
5.51
14.05
17.37
(23.04)
Lv
4.05
5.52
14.06
17.38
(23.07)
Mainland
freight only
48.8
(-)
Ar
Glcr
19.20
Glcr
19.55
Lv
Matsqui
44.4
(11)
Ar
4.16
6.03
14.17
17.49

(21.12)

(21.43)
Lv
4.17
6.04
14.18
17.50
Gifford
42.5
(2)
Ar
4.20
6.07
14.21
17.54
Lv
4.21
6.08
14.22
17.55
Glen Valley
33.8
(9)
Ar
4.32
6.19
14.32
18.06
(23.24)
Lv
4.33
6.20
14.33
18.07
(23.27)
Eagles Reach
freight only
30.3
(-)
Ar
Lv
Fort Langley
28.8
(5)
Ar
4.41
6.28
14.41
18.15
Lv
4.42
6.31
14.42
18.16
Walnut Grove
freight only
24.7
(-)
Ar
Lv
Tynehead
freight only
21.0
(-)
Ar
8.23
8.27
8.31
8.34
8.38
8.59
9.03
9.07
9.10
Lv
Port Mann
freight only
15.7
(-)
Ar
8.32
8.36
16.51
19.03
19.07
Lv
Liverpool
14.4
(14)
Ar
5.02
6.51
Bhm
6.26
Bhm
11.08
15.02
Seattle
9.00
18.36
Seattle
15.00
Bhm
19.58
Lv
5.03
6.52
15.07
18.40
Sapperton
freight only
12.2
(-)
Ar

(8.09)

(11.27)

(12.45)
(15.13)

(13.53)

(19.13)

(21.13)

(19.53)

(23.25)

(21.42)
Lv
(15.15)
Brunette
freight only
10.9
(-)
Ar
Lv
Still Creek
freight only
3.4
(-)
Ar
Lv
Vancouver
Pacific Central
0.0
(14)
Ar
7.36
5.28
7.20
7.17
11.46
8.26
11.52
13.02
17.42
15.34
14.08
18.08
19.05
19.28
22.15
21.20
0.04
20.08
22.10
23.40
22.00
22.32
Line 30: Inter-Dominion Line (Ashcroft–Vavenby)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
154
Ltd
902003.1
freight
902003.2
freight
902003.3
freight
802001.1
freight
802001.2
freight
802001.3
freight
3001E.1
L
6111.1
L
7041.1
L
3003D.1
L
101/103
Ltd
31.1
Ex
105
Ltd
802003
freight
802005
freight
3001E.2
L
34
Ex
7041.2
L
3001E.3
L
6111.2
L
31.2
Ex
3003D.2
L
21
Ex
3001E.4
L
902001.1
freight
902001.2
freight
902001.3
freight
902001.4
freight
902001.5
freight
902001.6
freight
Origin
Whs
21.34
PtM
0.18
PtM
0.22
PtM
0.26
Tyn
0.36
Tyn
0.40
Tyn
0.44
Hop
4.18
Lil
5.33
Nic
6.30
VPC
8.04
VPC
8.08
VPC
8.32
PtM
10.00
Tyn
10.10
Hop
11.24
PG
7.16
Hop
15.51
Lil
19.33
VPC
18.12
Nic
17.30
VPC
22.20
Hop
22.40
Tyn
23.30
Tyn
23.34
Tyn
23.38
Tyn
23.42
Tyn
23.44
Tyn
23.46
Ashcroft
208.6
(9)
Ar
0.57
7.04
7.27
8.43
12.21
13.14
12.52
14.30
13.12
18.48
21.27
23.02
19.41
2.42
1.28
Lv
1.00
7.12
7.28
8.45
12.30
13.22
13.10
14.34
13.24
18.52
21.28
23.06
19.55
3.00
1.30
Barnes Creek
freight only
210.1
(-)
Ar
4.34
4.38
4.42
5.08
5.12
5.16
Lv
7.22
7.26
7.30
7.36
7.40
7.44
Mauvais Rocher
217.8
(9)
Ar
7.25
7.39
8.46
14.47
19.05
21.39
20.10
1.43
Lv
7.26
7.40
8.47
14.48
19.06
21.40
20.13
1.44
Walhachin
224.8
(7)
Ar
7.35
7.50
8.57
14.57
19.15
21.50
20.23
1.53
Lv
7.36
7.51
8.58
14.58
19.16
21.51
20.25
1.54
Savona
231.6
(7)
Ar
7.44
8.00
9.07
15.06
19.24
22.00
20.35
2.02
Lv
7.45
8.01
9.08
15.07
19.25
22.01
20.37
2.04
Copper Creek
236.8
(5)
Ar
7.52
8.09
9.16
15.14
19.32
22.09
20.45
2.14
Lv
7.53
8.10
9.17
15.15
19.33
22.10
20.49
2.17
Tranquille
249.5
(13)
Ar
8.09
8.27
9.34
15.31
19.49
22.27
21.06
2.33
Lv
8.10
8.28
9.35
15.32
19.50
22.28
21.07
2.34
Brocklehurst
254.8
(5)
Ar
8.17
8.37
9.43
15.39
19.57
22.37
21.15
2.41
Lv
8.18
8.38
9.44
15.40
19.58
22.38
21.16
2.42
Kamloops
257.4
(3)
Ar
1.49
8.48
8.52
8.56
8.24
8.44
9.50
13.19
14.11
13.59
15.45
14.14
20.03
22.44
23.55
21.21
3.49
2.47
Lv
6.00
13.30
14.05
15.00
4.00
Rayleigh
262.6
(5)
Ar
6.07
Calgary
22.29
15.07
Lv
6.08
15.08
Haslett
266.5
(4)
Ar
6.13
15.13
Lv
6.14
15.14
Heffley Creek
268.1
(2)
Ar
6.18
15.18
Lv
6.19
15.19
Vinsulla
272.9
(5)
Ar
6.24
15.24
Lv
6.25
15.25
McLure
280.4
(8)
Ar
6.35
15.35
Lv
6.36
15.36
Exlou
288.6
(8)
Ar
6.47
15.47
Lv
6.48
15.48
Louis Creek
289.7
(1)
Ar
6.52
15.52
Lv
6.53
15.53
Barriere
291.6
(2)
Ar
9.45
9.49
9.53
6.57
17.12
15.57
4.35
Lv
10.04
10.08
10.11
7.00
17.50
16.00
4.40
Chu Chua
305.9
(14)
Ar
7.15
16.15
Lv
7.16
16.16
Little Fort
311.0
(5)
Ar
7.23
16.23
Lv
7.24
16.24
Auldgirth
314.3
(3)
Ar
10.31
10.35
10.38
7.29
16.58
16.29
Lv
10.44
10.48
10.52
7.30
17.15
16.30
Blackpool
324.0
(10)
Ar
7.40
16.40
5.13
Lv
7.42
16.42
5.18
Clearwater
329.1
(5)
Ar
7.49
14.42
16.49
5.26
Lv
7.51
15.00
16.51
5.30
Birch Island
335.3
(6)
Ar
7.59
16.59
Lv
8.00
17.00
McCorrie
339.3
(4)
Ar
8.05
17.05
Lv
8.06
17.06
Vavenby
343.8
(5)
Ar
8.12
17.12
5.48
Lv
8.16
17.16
5.52
Destination
Jas
0.40
Jas
0.44
Jas
0.48
TJC
11.10
Edm (101) 1.50+1d
Tor (103) 20.45+3d
BR
18.50
BR
19.52
TJC
20.02
Vlm
7.48
Jas
10.23
Jas
10.27
Jas
10.50
Jas
11.36
Jas
11.38
Jas
11.40
Line 30: Inter-Dominion Line (Vavenby–Ashcroft)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
802002.1
freight
802002.2
freight
802002.3
freight
902002.1
freight
153
Ltd
902002.2
freight
902002.3
freight
902002.4
freight
902002.5
freight
902002.6
freight
3002E.1
L
32.1
Ex
902004.1
freight
902004.2
freight
902004.3
freight
6112.1
L
7042.1
L
3004D.1
L
102/104
Ltd
3002E.2
L
33
Ex
106
Ltd
3002E.3
L
7042.2
L
32.2
Ex
3002E.4
L
802004
freight
802006
freight
6112.2
L
3004D.2
L
22
Ex
Origin
Jas
20.00
Jas
20.04
Jas
20.08
Jas
20.12
Jas
20.16
Jas
20.20
Jas
18.00
Jas
18.04
Jas
18.08
TJC
5.54
Edm (102)
23.40
Tor (104)
8.05-3d
TJC
13.53
BR
20.56
BR
21.00
Vlm
21.10
Vavenby
343.8
(19)
Ar
8.41
16.26
23.18
Lv
8.45
16.30
23.22
McCorrie
339.3
(5)
Ar
8.51
16.36
Lv
8.52
16.37
Birch Island
335.3
(4)
Ar
8.57
16.42
Lv
8.58
16.43
Clearwater
329.1
(6)
Ar
9.06
10.11
16.51
23.40
Lv
9.08
10.30
16.53
23.44
Blackpool
324.0
(5)
Ar
9.15
17.00
23.52
Lv
9.17
17.02
0.00
Auldgirth
314.3
(10)
Ar
9.27
17.12
Lv
9.28
17.13
Little Fort
311.0
(3)
Ar
9.33
17.18
Lv
9.34
17.19
Chu Chua
305.9
(5)
Ar
9.41
17.26
Lv
9.42
17.27
Barriere
291.6
(14)
Ar
4.28
4.32
4.36
9.57
17.42
0.33
Lv
7.04
7.08
7.12
10.01
17.46
0.40
Louis Creek
289.7
(2)
Ar
10.04
17.49
Lv
10.05
17.50
Exlou
288.6
(1)
Ar
10.08
17.53
Lv
10.09
17.54
McLure
280.4
(8)
Ar
10.20
18.05
Lv
10.21
18.06
Vinsulla
272.9
(8)
Ar
10.31
18.16
Lv
10.32
18.17
Heffley Creek
268.1
(5)
Ar
10.37
18.22
Lv
10.38
18.23
Haslett
266.5
(2)
Ar
10.41
18.26
Lv
10.42
18.27
Rayleigh
262.6
(4)
Ar
10.47
Calgary
8.20
18.32
Lv
10.48
18.33
Kamloops
257.4
(5)
Ar
2.00
2.04
2.08
2.12
2.16
2.20
8.00
8.04
8.08
10.53
10.55
15.58
18.40
1.15
Lv
0.00
0.04
0.08
5.00
5.02
5.04
5.08
5.12
5.16
5.19
5.57
6.24
10.42
10.46
10.50
7.17
9.55
12.10
10.19
11.37
17.00
16.04
18.00
20.17
21.17
21.48
2.00
Brocklehurst
254.8
(3)
Ar
6.02
7.23
10.01
10.24
16.09
20.22
21.23
21.54
Lv
6.03
7.24
10.02
10.25
16.10
20.23
21.24
21.55
Tranquille
249.5
(5)
Ar
6.10
7.33
10.10
10.32
16.17
20.30
21.33
22.03
Lv
6.11
7.34
10.11
10.33
16.18
20.31
21.34
22.04
Copper Creek
236.8
(13)
Ar
6.27
7.51
10.28
10.49
16.34
20.47
21.51
22.20
Lv
6.28
7.52
10.29
10.50
16.35
20.48
21.52
22.21
Savona
231.6
(5)
Ar
6.35
8.00
10.37
10.57
16.42
20.55
22.00
22.29
Lv
6.36
8.01
10.38
10.58
16.43
20.56
22.01
22.30
Walhachin
224.8
(7)
Ar
6.44
8.10
10.47
(12.44)
11.06
16.51
21.04
22.10
22.38
Lv
6.48
8.11
10.48
(12.47)
11.07
16.52
21.05
22.11
22.39
Mauvais Rocher
217.8
(7)
Ar
6.57
8.21
10.57
11.16
17.01
21.14
22.21
22.49
Lv
6.58
8.22
10.58
11.17
17.02
21.15
22.22
22.50
Barnes Creek
freight only
210.1
(-)
Ar
0.57
1.01
1.05
Lv
1.36
1.40
1.44
Ashcroft
208.6
(9)
Ar
5.49
7.11
7.00

11.42

11.46

11.50
8.33
11.10
13.07
11.30
12.26
17.49
17.15
18.49
21.30
22.33
23.04
2.48
Lv
5.53
7.20
7.14
8.34
11.12
13.20
11.35
12.32
18.00
17.20
18.53
21.34
22.34
23.08
2.54
Destination
Tyn
8.23
Tyn
8.27
Tyn
8.31
Tyn
8.34
Whs
9.21
Tyn
8.38
Tyn
8.59
Tyn
9.03
Tyn
9.07
Tyn
9.10
Hop
10.07
VPC
11.46
PtM
16.51
PtM
19.03
PtM
19.07
Lil
10.20
Nic
13.20
VPC
17.42
Hop
14.31
PG
18.23
VPC
22.15
Hop
20.05
VPC
0.04
Hop
0.23
PtM
8.32
PtM
8.36
Lil
0.27
Nic
1.05
VPC
7.36
Line 70: Inter-Dominion Line (Vavenby–Jasper)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
902003.1
freight
902003.2
freight
902003.3
freight
7041.1
L
101/103
Ltd
802003
freight
802005
freight
7041.2
L
21
Ex
902001.1
freight
902001.2
freight
902001.3
freight
902001.4
freight
902001.5
freight
902001.6
freight
Origin
PtM
0.18
PtM
0.22
PtM
0.26
Kam
6.00
VPC
8.04
PtM
10.00
Tyn
10.10
Kam
15.00
VPC
22.20
Tyn
23.30
Tyn
23.34
Tyn
23.38
Tyn
23.42
Tyn
23.44
Tyn
23.46
Vavenby
343.8
(5)
Ar
8.12
17.12
5.48
Lv
8.16
17.16
5.52
Otter Creek
362.9
(19)
Ar
8.37
17.37
Lv
8.38
17.38
Wire Cache
367.7
(5)
Ar
8.44
17.44
Lv
8.48
17.45
Avola
372.3
(5)
Ar
8.56
17.51
Lv
9.04
17.56
Blue River
396.7
(24)
Ar
12.14
12.18
12.22
9.30
18.50
19.52
18.22
6.44
6.46
6.50
6.54
7.34
7.36
7.38
Lv
15.30
15.34
15.38
9.32
18.24
6.48
7.40
7.42
7.48
8.56
8.58
9.00
Lempriere
422.8
(26)
Ar
10.01
18.53
Lv
10.02
18.54
Albreda
437.5
(15)
Ar
10.18
19.10
8.26
8.28
Lv
10.19
19.11
8.32
8.36
Cedarside
451.0
(14)
Ar
10.34
19.26
Lv
10.35
19.27
Valemount
454.2
(3)
Ar
10.40
16.55
19.31
7.48
Lv
10.53
17.20
19.45
Valemount Jct
junction only
457.8
(-)
Ar

(10.58)

(19.50)
Lv
Red Pass
485.3
(31)
Ar
TJC
11.10
TJC
20.02
Lv
Kettle Lakes
505.6
(20)
Ar
Lv
Yellowhead PST
int'l border
512.7
(-)
Ar
17.50
17.54
17.58
18.20
Lv
0.10
0.14
0.18
19.20
Geikie MST
521.0
(15)
Ar
Lv
Wynd
526.9
(6)
Ar
Lv
Jasper
529.5
(3)
Ar
0.40
0.44
0.48
18.44
10.23
10.27
10.50
11.36
11.38
11.40
Lv
19.30
Destination
Edm (101)
1.50+1d
Tor (103)
20.45+3d
Line 71: Inter-Dominion Line (Jasper–Vavenby)
Station Mile
(T‑mi)
Train number (Up)
102/104
Ltd
7042.1
L
7042.2
L
902004.1
freight
902004.2
freight
902004.3
freight
802004
freight
802006
freight
902002.1
freight
902002.2
freight
902002.3
freight
902002.4
freight
902002.5
freight
902002.6
freight
22
Ex
Origin
Edm (102)
23.40
Tor (104)
8.05-3d
Jasper
529.5
(-)
Ar
6.00
Lv
6.30
18.00
18.04
18.08
20.00
20.04
20.08
20.12
20.16
20.20
Wynd
526.9
(3)
Ar
Lv
Geikie MST
521.0
(6)
Ar
Lv
Yellowhead PST
int'l border
512.7
(-)
Ar
5.52
18.30
18.34
18.38
20.30
20.34
20.38
20.42
20.46
20.50
Lv
6.52
0.30
0.34
0.38
21.30
21.34
21.38
21.42
21.46
21.50
Kettle Lakes
505.6
(15)
Ar
Lv
Red Pass
485.3
(20)
Ar
TJC
5.54
TJC
13.53
Lv
Valemount Jct
junction only
457.8
(-)
Ar

(6.06)

(14.05)
Lv
Valemount
454.2
(31)
Ar
7.52
6.11
14.10
Lv
8.16
6.25
14.14
21.10
Cedarside
451.0
(3)
Ar
6.29
14.18
Lv
6.30
14.19
Albreda
437.5
(14)
Ar
6.45
14.34
Lv
6.46
14.35
Lempriere
422.8
(15)
Ar
7.02
14.51
Lv
7.07
14.52
Blue River
396.7
(26)
Ar
7.36
15.21
22.20
Lv
7.38
15.23
20.56
21.00
22.25
Avola
372.3
(24)
Ar
8.04
15.49
Lv
8.05
15.51
Wire Cache
367.7
(5)
Ar
8.11
15.57
Lv
8.12
15.58
Otter Creek
362.9
(5)
Ar
8.18
16.04
Lv
8.20
16.05
Vavenby
343.8
(19)
Ar
8.41
16.26
23.18
Lv
8.45
16.30
23.22
Destination
VPC
17.42
Kam
10.55
Kam
18.40
PtM
16.51
PtM
19.03
PtM
19.07
PtM
8.32
PtM
8.36
Tyn
8.34
Tyn
8.38
Tyn
8.59
Tyn
9.03
Tyn
9.07
Tyn
9.10
VPC
7.36

Route

A yellow background indicates an electrified section.

● - Scheduled Limited Express, Express, and Local stop
▲ - Scheduled Express and Local stop
• - Local stop
R - RailBus stop only
| - No passenger service

Inter-Dominion Line (Line 20, 30, 71)
Station Milepost Tariff-miles
from prev. stn.
Connecting lines Notes
Inter-Dominion Line (Line 20)
Vancouver
(Pacific Central)
0.0 0 GVM Central Line Passenger only
Grandview Jct
|
1.3 - South False Creek Line
Burrard Inlet Line (W&BC)
Junction only, no commercial service
Still Creek
|
3.4 - - Freight only
Brentwood Jct
|
4.8 - North Shore Line Junction only, no commercial service
Brunette
|
10.9 - Semiahmoo Line (W&BC) Freight only
Sapperton
|
12.2 - Lulu Island Line
Westminster Sub (CPR)
Freight only
Liverpool
14.4 14 Fraser Valley Line (BCH)
Liverpool Line (BCH)
New Westminster Southern Line (W&BC)
GVM Fraser River Line
Interurban
Vancouver Locomotive Works; no BCR–BCH commercial interchange here
Port Mann
|
15.7 - - Freight only; BCR main shops and classification yard, largest yard in BC
Tynehead
|
21.0 - - Freight only, intermodal yard
Walnut Grove
|
24.7 - - Freight only, industrial park, riverfront industries - Texada Lime Ltd, Parker Cedar Products, McKerlich Lumber Co, S&R Sawmills Ltd, Winde Pacific Forest Products, Teal Cedar Products
Fort Langley
28.8 14 - Passenger only
Eagles Reach
|
30.3 - Eagles Reach Branch (BCH) Interchange yard only
Glen Valley
33.8 5 - Lakewood Lumber Co
Gifford
42.5 9 -
Matsqui
44.4 2 Bellingham & Northern Line (NWP)
CPR Cascade Sub (via NWP)
Mainland
|
48.8 - - Freight only, Mainland Sand & Gravel
Donora
55.3 11 - Agricultural siding
Chilliwack
60.0 5 Fraser Valley Line (BCH)
VV&E Line (W&BC)
Frazier Hardwood Lumber Co spur at MP 58.8
Rosedale
66.3 6 - Passenger only
Popkum
70.4 4 - Passenger only
Cheam
75.6 5 - Passenger only
Laidlaw
82.1 7 - Passenger only
Ruby Creek
84.0 2 - Passenger only
Floods
87.9 4 - Passenger only; Giant Mascot Mine spur at MP 89.9
Hope
91.7 4 Coquihalla Line
Manning Park Line (W&BC)
Connection to CPR Cascade Sub via Coquihalla Line
Chapmans
119.0 27 - Passenger only, Alexandra Bridge National Park
Boston Bar
131.5 13 -
Canyon Alpine
135.0 4 - Passenger only
Boothroyd
138.5 4 - Passenger only
Falls Creek
147.2 9 - Passenger only
Kanaka Bar
150.5 3 - Passenger only
Siska
152.3 2 Thompson Sub (CPR) Passenger only, named Cisco prior to 1972; non-commercial connection with CPR for emergency use
Lytton
159.5 7 - Imperial Oil, stock yard
Spences Bridge
182.9 23 Nicola Valley Line
Thompson Sub (CPR)
Tsinkahtl
188.3 6 - Passenger only
Spatsum
193.7 5 - Passenger only
Basque
198.8 5 -
South Nepa
|
200.0 - Thompson Sub (CPR) Signpost only; non-commercial connection with CPR for emergency use
Ashcroft
208.6 9 Sitlika Line MacMillan Bloedel
Inter-Dominion Line (Line 30)
Ashcroft
208.6 9 Sitlika Line MacMillan Bloedel
Barnes Creek
|
210.1 - Thompson Sub (CPR) Freight only
Mauvais Rocher
217.8 9 - Mine
Walhachin
224.8 7 - Passenger only
Savona
231.6 7 -
Copper Creek
236.8 5 - Passenger only
Tranquille
249.5 13 -
Brocklehurst
254.8 5 Airport Branch
Supertest Spur
Passenger only; Kiewit Co spur at MP 255.2
Kamloops
257.4 3 Slahaltkan Line
Shuswap Sub (CPR)
Thompson Sub (CPR)
CPR connections via Slahaltkan Line. Reichold Chemicals, Interior Produce Co, Hassler Bros Supplies
Rayleigh
262.6 5 - Passenger only
Haslett
266.5 4 - Balco Forest Products sawmill
Heffley Creek
268.1 2 - Scrapper
Vinsulla
272.9 5 - Passenger only
McLure
280.4 8 - Passenger only
Exlou
288.6 8 - Passenger only
Louis Creek
289.7 1 - Fadear Creek Lumber Co
Barriere
291.6 2 - Gilbert Smith Forest Products sawmill, Nehaliston Lumber Co
Chu Chua
305.9 14 - Passenger only
Little Fort
311.0 5 - Passenger only
Auldgirth
314.3 3 - Passenger only
Blackpool
324.0 10 -
Clearwater
329.1 5 - Clearwater Timber Products Ltd
Birch Island
335.3 6 - Passenger only
McCorrie
339.3 4 - Passenger only
Vavenby
343.8 5 - BC Forest Products
Airport Branch (Line 3001)
Brocklehurst
0.0 - Inter-Dominion Line Passenger only
Kamloops Airport
R
2.5 - Inter-Dominion Line Passenger only; Kamloops International Airport
Supertest Spur (Line 3002)
Brocklehurst
0.0 - Inter-Dominion Line Passenger only
Brocklehurst⁠-⁠Supertest 1.7 - - Freight only; Supertest tank farm
Inter-Dominion Line (Line 71)
Vavenby
343.8 5 - BC Forest Products
Otter Creek
362.9 19 - Passenger only
Wire Cache
367.7 5 - Passenger only
Avola
372.3 5 - Passenger only
Blue River
396.7 24 - Three-track engine house
Lempriere
422.8 26 - Passenger only
Albreda
437.5 15 - Passenger only
Canoe River
|
446.0 - - No commercial service; ballast pit
Cedarside
451.0 14 - Dominion Propane, Gas & Oil Ltd, Kiwa Lumber Ltd, Horse Creek Timber, Bell Pole Ltd, Canyon Creek Sawmills
Valemount
454.2 3 -
Valemount Jct
|
457.8 - Valemount Connecting Line Junction only, no commercial service
Red Pass
485.3 31 Grand Trunk Line Passenger only
Kettle Lakes
505.6 20 Grand Trunk Line Passenger only
Yellowhead
512.7 - Grand Trunk Line BC/Canada border, customs checks only; no commercial service
Geikie
521.0 15 Grand Trunk Line Passenger only
Wynd
526.9 6 Grand Trunk Line Passenger only
Jasper
529.5 3 Grand Trunk Line
Edson Sub (CN)
BCR engine house and turntable