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Ed Koski Photo Album


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Ed wants to catagorically stress that any photo's or written submissions are solely to illistrate his job tasks during his career as a carman, he absolutely in no way will ever place blame or suspected cause related to any mishap or accident toward his employer Canadian Pacific Railway, or any involved 3rd party.

Photos on this page are the sole property of Ed Koski, and are posted here on his behalf. Do Not link to these photos. If you download them please email us and tell us where they are posted, and please give Carknocker.com credit as your source, for the photos.


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I had to beat these pictures with a hammer to fit them in these little boxes, so Click Photo's to enlarge or you will go blind trying to see them.

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Passenger Locomotive down a hillside
1990 Potash Derailment
Potash Train Derailment
Potash Derailment
Potash Train Derailment
Potash Derailment
Passenger Locomotive down a hillside
Passenger Loco. Down
Passenger Train Derailment
Passenger Train Derailed
Potash Train Derailment
Potash Derailment
Snow Deep as the locomotive tittled Final Push
Final Push
Snowplow Bucking Avalanche
Snowplow
Bucking Avalanche
Canadian Pacific Snowplow next to a Carmans Mule, quite a size differance
Canadian Pacific Snowplow
Fishing with SD-40
SD-40 Fishing
Mac Portal
Mac Portal
Canadian Pacific, buried Snowplow
Buried Snowplow
Image of 2 cranes Fishing, or pulling something way down a hill
Fishing with 400 Tons of Crane
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
Feb 1993, Cranbrook B.C.
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
Glenogle
(10 miles east of Golden)
Locomotive in the River
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
 
Ed Lifts a Grain Car
at Illecillewat-1997
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
C.P. Bridge Derailment
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
Sparwood B.C., Feburary 1989
Canadian Pacific Derailment Photo Photo
Mountaineer Holiday Train
Derailed near Rodgers
Harvey Dycke Photo
Vacant Vacant

left to right are, Brian Croft, Ed Koski, Ray Lawson, Dave Markstrom, and Mike Bajowsky

January-15-2009, Now here is smart looking bunch of Canadian Pacific Carmen, (referred to as Railcar Mechanics, on the Canadian Pacific), and Derrick Crew left to right are, Brian Croft, Ed Koski, Ray Lawson, Dave Markstrom, and Mike Bajowsky


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This is a 65 ton bridge installed at Salmon Arm B.C

Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009
Not everything done with a wrecking crane involves twisted up mangled stuff, this is a 65 ton bridge installed at Salmon Arm B.C. 2002, I am sure all derrick or crane operators would ask " why the heck is it so high ? " Allow me to explain, I did the engineering for the lift, firstly in a wrecking crane, the fewer clutches you have to engage - disengage the better , I then loaded the bridge onto the flatcar at the exact radius out from the crane it would be when it is lowered only on the boom into place , so after I make the pick off the flatcar, I simply boom up to max,17' 6" rotate around and boom down Viola !! done , sometimes I even surprise myself !    Ed






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