A westbound City of Prineville Railway freight approaches Lone Pine Road at ONeil, Oregon, on September 28, 2016. If the locomotive looks “Milwaukee Road” to you, it’s no accident—COPR No. 989 is ... (more)
An eastbound City of Prineville train is passing the entrance of Sigman Ranch on its trip from the BNSF connection at Prineville Junction near Redmond, Oregon, back to Prineville on September 28, ... (more)
On sunny July day, City of Prineville Railway Former Milw GP-20 # 989 leads a short train across the central Oregon country side,on their way from Prineville Oregon, to Prineville Jct, near Redmo... (more)
Homeward bound. A Mt. Emily Lumber Company train heads east toward the yards in the City of Prineville, Oregon, under a cobalt blue winter sky.
Blow-down! The crew of Mt. Emily Lumber Company's Shay #1 executes an extended blow-down of the locomotive's boiler, just after crossing the Crooked River on the eastbound run to Prineville... (more)
Shuttling Timber. After dropping a load of fresh timber at a nearby sawmill, Mt. Emily Shay #1 crosses the Crooked River with her string of empty log bunks, headed back to the high country.... (more)
Steam Siphon in Action. Fireman Martin Hansen checks the level in the water tank on Mt. Emily Shay #1, as the locomotive's steam siphon draws water from the Lytle Creek and pours it into th... (more)
Haulin' empties. The 90-ton Mt. Emily Lumber Company Shay #1 rumbles across the bridge spanning US Route 26, hauling a short string of empty log bunks toward the nearby town of Prineville, ... (more)
A sunny oasis in an otherwise stormy state. A deck of high cirrus clouds is starting to break as a Mt. Emily Lumber Company Shay and a string of log bunks travels eastbound past some of the... (more)
Long before dawn, the crew of Mt. Emily Lumber Company #1 slowly brings their 90-ton, oil-burning Shay up to operating pressure by the sand tower in the City of Prineville Railroad Yard. T... (more)
Mount Emily Lumber Co.'s 1-spot enjoys an outing on a fine day on the City of Prineville Railway, thanks to a Lerro Productions photo charter.
The City of Prineville Railroad's Crooked River Dinner Train heads east towards the railroads namesake town in the fading light on the high-desert in Central Oregon.
Mt. Emily Lumber Co. No. 1, operated by City of Prineviile Railway, gave rides to celebrate Crook County's 125th Anniversary.
The cows are barely disturbed as ex-Milwaukee Road 989 leads the City of Prineville local east from Prineville Jct. to Prineville, Ore.
Free rides to local kids this day. Shay No. 3233 operated by City of Prineville Railway Co.