An SP Baldwin switcher pulls a train out of one of the arrival tracks at Klamath Falls Yard in Oregon.
Southbound mixed freight leaving Klamath Falls on a cold afternoon.
The log train from Sycan is seen entering the Klamath Falls yard.
Could we call it two pieces of nice looking junk.
Nice units. I wish they had caught on a little more.
Great looking unit. I really like the extra side windows.
I really wish Alco had succeeded and these were everywhere. My favorite centercab of all time, with the right intermediate height cab and the right trucks. Unit is ex SP&S.
A northbound manifest is seen leaving Klamath Falls
A southbound manifest is seen headed for Klamath Falls and then down the inside gateway.
View is of a Great Northern SD9 switching the BN yard in Klamath Falls. The engineer has just blown the horn for the crossing and ice can be seen dropping from the wires
A southbound manifest enters the BN's Klamath Falls yards. The train had been stopped waiting for clearance. Knowing how Alco's smoked when first notched up, we waited and were not disappointed
Its a pleasant, clear night for an extended station stop just on the north side of the Oregon/California border. In a few minutes, the passengers will head back inside to continue their journey.
BNSF 7666 or The "Lucky Devil" as the crew called her, leads a south bound out of K. Falls.