Polson Logging Company's #2 at the Smith Lake "reflecting pond". A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Railroad: Polson Logging CoLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USALocomotive #: #2Train ID: N/aPhoto Date: May 19, 2018
An Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad train enters Rockaway Beach, Oregon on Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad.
An Espee fan would look at this photo and immediately think, "Hey, look - three old Cadillacs!" The Port of Tillamook Bay's coastal turn between Tillamook and Batterson returns home with lumber em... (more)
The Oregon Coast dinner train slowly rumbles up to Wheeler as it passes the busy beach getaway town of Rockaway Beach. Scores of people stop to watch the interesting pair of 1st generation locomot... (more)
The Salmonberry Excursion train is currently empty, and is deadheading back to its home terminal in Garibaldi after a successful run. Here it passes over a trestle on the north end of the town of... (more)
McCloud River Railroad #25 rests at the depot in Rockaway Beach after a run up from Garibaldi for the Oregon Coast Scenic Railway. This is one fine looking Alco 2-6-2, and it's nice to see that t... (more)
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railway 11:00 Garibaldi departure passes Smith Lake northbound on the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad behind McCloud River Railroad #25.
Waking up Rockaway Beach. The old McCloud's little Alco Prairie #25 whistles for one of the many private grade crossings in the ocean-front community of Rockaway Beach, as she heads north a... (more)
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad is a non-profit museum group, created in 2003 to operate steam powered excursion trains along the Pacific Ocean and Tillamook Bay in Oregon. McCloud River Railway ... (more)
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad is a non-profit museum group, created in 2003 to operate steam powered excursion trains along the Pacific Ocean and Tillamook Bay between the cities of Garibaldi a... (more)
Scott Wickert adjusts his speed as he leads the excursion train north into town. Normally, he is the lead engineer of Heisler #2, but that unit developed a minor seal leak earlier in the day and t... (more)