The first train of the 1988 summer season pulls up one of the tail tracks at West Switchback. At the time, no one would have imagined that the railroad would have hauled its last logs less than tw... (more)
Originally intended to be a branchline to Bonanza, the spur at Dairy crossed Oregon Highway 140 and served a small agricultural customer. An eastbound train of empties passes the wye in 1988.
The final trainload of logs hauled by Oregon, California & Eastern is passing through Olene Gap, ten miles from tie-up at Klamath Falls.
Empty auto racks depart the BNSF yard in Klamath Falls, destined for the Port of Portland. This was shot off the back deck of the house where we were living at the time.
Originally built 45 years earlier specifically for assignment to Klamath Falls, a venerable SD9 switches cars on a summer evening. The BNSF 6126 was one of only two Great Northern SD9s with dynam... (more)
The final northbound Swift RoadRailer train nears Klamath Falls on BNSF's Gateway Sub.
West coast railfans along BNSF got a treat in winter 2002, when a northbound RoadRailer was dispatched with an A-B-A set of warbonnet GP60s. At the time, we were living in the yellow house at uppe... (more)
Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS's "Shasta Daylight 1990" excursion pauses at Klamath Falls for a crew change. The train carried passengers from Portland to Redding, CA and return.
Making their last trip on the Shasta Route, SP's Morrison-Knudsen locomotives spend Christmas parked in Klamath Falls. The units were nicknamed "Popsicles" for their orange hues.
A westbound arrives at Klamath Falls with the 'class' GP30 on the point.
BNSF's first southbound Swift RoadRailer departs Klamath Falls for Keddie.
The Coast Starlight stops at Klamath Falls on Thanksgiving morning 1994. There are lots of smokers braving the chill to blaze up.
The first southbound RoadRailer on BNSF reenters home rail in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
The first train of Weyerhaeuser's 1988 logging season heads east with empties for the reload at Bly. In less than two years, operations on OC&E would cease.
Empty garbage containers depart Klamath Falls on a winter morning. This train is moving empties from the landfill at Roosevelt, WA to a reload on California Northern.