I don't know if the rail systems are as readily utilized in all of Canada but It seemed like the trains were coming by once an hour and were nearly a mile long each. Their is a "Spiral Tunnel" turnout that tells you about how the rail system made deep tunnels into the mountains for the trains to travel through. It seemed interesting but I had other sites on my mind.
The trains may stop in a nearby town as a means for tourist transportation, but all I saw looked like freight only.
When taking the road up tward Takakkaw Falls watch out for the winding part of the road that climbs up to the falls. Their is one portion that is very narrow and could very concieveably become the site for and accident for someone who wasn't paying enough attention.