Polson Logging Company's No. 2 brings an empty log train north over the Fishery Point bridge at low tide. A Lerro Productions charter.
Polson Logging Co. No. 2 northbound at Idaville, OR with an empty log train on the former SP branch on the Oregon Scenic Railroad. A Lerro Productions charter.
Polson Logging Company No. 2 leads an empty log train over a trestle spanning Stasek Slough in Idaville, OR along the former SP branch of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. Part of a Lerro Product... (more)
McCloud River Railroad 2-6-2 No. 25 leads a freight consist over the wooden trestle along the former Southern Pacific branch of the Oregon Coast Scene Railroad at Idaville, OR. Part of a Lerro P... (more)
Polson Logging Company's 2-8-2 No. 2 brings an empty log train north over an inlet at Nehalem Bay in Wheeler, OR. The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad's former Southern Pacific branch traverses 46 mi... (more)
I wanna go outside!
SP&S No. 700 gazes out the window of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, anxious to head back out on the high iron. Unfortunately, for now, No. 700 is unable as i... (more)
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 rests within the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on display for visitors to gaze upon in between restoration sessions.
The locomotive ... (more)
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Head-on
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Engineer's Side
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Fireman's Side
Seven-thirty, AM - McEwen, at the Sumpter Valley Railway
Three oil-burning, logging locomotives, all unique in their wheel arrangements, under steam, captured late at night in the yard by the engine house at the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in Garibaldi... (more)
Southern Pacific "Daylight" No. 4449 - at night!
Owned by the City of Portland and maintained by a group of dedicated volunteers named "Friends of SP 4449", this... (more)
Last Light at Miller's Wash
Sometimes you just have to put the camera down and take it all in - fortunately, I did not take that advice for this double-header runby of Grand Canyon's excu... (more)
Two Amtrak Keystone's meet at the curve by Berwyn station, one train pushed east towards Philadelphia, and eventually New York City, the other being pulled west towards Harrisburg, PA.