Contributions & Credits
This page shows and tells what other people have experienced during the end of October and early November 1978 in Noth Central British Columbia. I appeciate you being willing to share the storey of your time during the strom with us at Trainwreckof78.ca. We try to give full credits and links to those who have contributed. For newspaper photos and reports credit is given to newspaper and reporter or photographer. If I do not know who to credit, the lack of credit is given. If any newspaper, reporter, photographer, individual person, or other, feel I have not given credit or wrong credit, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I welcome you to contribute to this site. Those who live or have lived in northern BC know the beauty of the area and the solidity the people who live there. When I was very young and lived in Prince Rupert. I used to watch the steam engines switching in the yard. I saw the steam engines leave and the diesel locomotives take over. I missed the steam engine. Railway was a huge part of my life and I was lucky to be able to travel with my father on the head end until 1972 and I enjoy those memories so much.
Then railway passenger service began to dwindle away in BC. That fantastic way to travel was departing. The time of the steam engine, the dining cars with silverware and cloth napkins, going over tressels hundreds of feet high and a quarter of a miles long, were departing for memories. Yes, the Via-Skeena run between Jasper and Prince Rupert does exist today. However, those of us who remember how it was, also know it is just not the same.
Any contributions you would like to make to Trainwreck.ca and help perserve this past, please email me: email@example.com Your stories will help this page and website continue to grow. The Train Wreck of 78 forum is coming soon. I will update this website and send emails to all those on the list when the Forum is complete.