Two generations of EMD products face south of Albina yard.
Two Great Northern F’s await their next assignment at Portland, Oregon on April 11, 1969. Portland’s Union Station Tower is in the background.
A Union Pacific manifest creeps westward along the Willamette River as it heads towards Albina Yard to wait behind an intermodal. The fourth unit is Ex. SP (now WRIX) 4404, which used to be a piec... (more)
Some power moves around Albina Yard. Note the reactivated and faded standard cab GE Dash-8 in the 2nd spot
The phase I heritage painted locomotive moves the southbound Starlight into Portland Union Station. This pair of locomotives brought me into Portland the day before.
This southbound manifest eases it's way out of Portland with the iconic steel bridge in the background.
Due to the amount of time it takes to round these sections of track on Portland's east side, I was able to catch this train once again on my bike passing another grain silo.
This UP freight is heading due south out of Albina yard. The train with twist and turn, navigating the industry along the shores of the Willamette river.
This large cut of cars from Albina yard makes it's way to the BNSF yard in the northwest side if the city
BNSF's Portland-Pasco manifest crosses the Willamette River on a warm August night.
Tied down at Fir on the outskirts of metropolitan Portland, a Union Pacific ore train from Henderson, NV waits its turn to be interchanged to BNSF in Vancouver, WA.
Union Pacific 1995 passes through SE Portland on a warm sunny day.
A UP Manifest heads out of Albina Yard in Portland, around the S Curve in East Portland by the Rose Quarter. 7448 and Co. is about to turn onto the lower deck of Steel Bridge and head through Unio... (more)