The Linnton Switcher sorts cars for BP before heading over the Willamette to St. Johns. Rumor has it that Linnton Plywood will be torn down sometime this year.
Portland and Westerns other former SP SD45 carbody rests at Harbor siding with a couple former SPMW cars.
Former St. Lawrence & Atlantic 3004 leads 663 past the defunct Linnton Plywood Company. Once a top rated company to work, now sits idle due to the downsizing of the old growth forrest operations.
Cab interior shot
Before heading to the W Yard, I hopped out and grabbed this shot of our small train.
The "Lewis & Clark Explorer" RDC trio sit way back on the Morse Brothers property awaiting their fate. These are all ex BC Rail cars of the same numbers.
567-equipped SD9 and 645-equipped GP40 are the power on the Linnton Switcher. The SD9 runs 100 times better than the GP40, wish I could get two SD9s to run together.
The Day Linnton Switcher Relief power is seen with the Wauna Turn's power in Linnton this morning.