Doyle McCormacks restored alco PA-1 at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.
An eastbound Union Pacific Intermodal passes through the lush Point Ruthton, on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge
The eastbound BNSF morning Z crosses Roland Lake just after sunrise on a beautiful July morning
A westbound intermodal rounds along the Columbia River into Celilo Park., In the left side background can be seen the mouth of the Deschutes Canyon. Above the Union Pacific line is the BNSF Oreg... (more)
Eastbound Mixed Manifest passes through the town of Wishram and the BNSF Yard. A mix of cars along with a Herzog train sit in the yard. Celilo Drawbridge crosses the Columbia River in the backgrou... (more)
A pair of westbound C44-9W and a pair of GP38-2 exit Jacksons Tunnel No.10, west of the town of Lyle WA. The mixed manifest is strung out along the causeway that separates the Columbia River from... (more)
A meeting at Meno. A westbound Union Pacific Z with No. 8179 leading, meets Eastbound Mixed Manifest with No. 8239 leading, at Meno siding in the Columbia River Gorge.
A Union Pacific Z with No. 2522 leading, rounds out of Meno siding, with Mitchell Point as a backdrop.
Mount Hood is out as BNSF No.5485 rounds into Avery with a Mixed Manifest on a very calml Northwest morning.
Eastbound Union Pacific Mixed Manifest With No. 8239 crosses a short causeway along the Columbia River at Memaloose State park.
Tie replacement program on the Fallbridge Sub has the line shut down between 9:00 am and 4:00pm during the week. The first train through this afternoon is a westbound Z, rounding the siding at Coo... (more)
With the town of Maupin on the bluff, SP 4449 ducks under Hwy 92 as it rolls along the Deschutes River, homeward bound to Portland from Bend Oregon.
Coming into the nice town of Maupin, SP 4449 approaches for a unplanned station stop on its return trip to Portland from Bend Oregon.
An early morning eastbound grainer rolls by a small lake west of the small town of Lyle Wa. on the Fallbridge Sub.
You can see an eclectic mix of power on the Fallbridge Sub on any given day. Name the power units and you could win a big prize package... or probably not.