John Marlor's Canadian Pacific

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The service facilities at Revelstoke

provided a full range of services for

both coal and oil burning locomotives.

Shown here are the sanding tower, ash

pit, bunker C oil storage and coaling

tower, undergoing repairs to the roof. John's attention to detail is also evident

inside the roundhouse where an acetylene torch can be seen between tracks #5

and #6. The facilities serviced not only through locomotives but also a fleet of

pusher locomotives needed to take

trains over the Rogers Pass and

Eagle Pass to the east and west of

Revelstoke, respectively.

 

Revelstoke Service Facilities