All photographs: Mark Forseille unless otherwise credited.
January 30, 2000 Kelowna Pacific operation of CN along with trackage rights as follows:
Originally, owned by New York & Lake Erie (35%) and KnightHawk Rail Ltd. a wholly owned subsidiary of KnightHawk Inc. an air freight carrier. March 2004 KnightHawk acquired NY&LE's interest.
Bankrupt and shut down July 5, 2013.
CN resumed operations on 88 miles, or approximately 75 per cent, of the network KPR operated running from Campbell Creek, B.C., (junction CP Okanagan Sub.) located approximately 10 miles east of Kamloops, to Vernon, Lumby Junction and Lumby, B.C.
CN discontinued track KPR operated between Lumby Junction and Kelowna, B.C., because of insufficient freight traffic.
KPR 3500 (ex CANX/CN) one of five MLW M420 units (3500,
3504, 3515, 3563, 3571) acquired on startup.
Leased power 2 SW1500 and 7 GP38's.
LLPX 2267 trails 2261, 2643, 2632 and 2606 entering Falkland,
GMTX 2258 (nee Devco 224) GMD A4278 6/1982 Vernon, BC 9/09/2010.
GMTX 2641 leased unit in EMD blue and white paint scheme.
GP38M-2 EMD 36683 9/1970
GMTX 2643 General Motors leased to Kelowna Pacific. (Ex
LLPX 2037 GP38AC ex CSXT 2132 nee L&N 4002)
LLPX 2605, 2606, 2632, 2641 and a fifth unit possibly 2643.
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