The Portland & Western's Vancouver, WA-bound train passes the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, where the SP 4449 is seen still steaming after its adventure on the same railroad.
The sun shines down on the folks enjoying National Train day at the Oregon Railroad Heritage Center. As viewers of all ages and demographics admire the sights and sounds of the event, it's busines... (more)
Old vs new as this 1941 built steam locomotive passes the new Max extension to Milwaukee
Amtrak 509 brings up the tail of Train #507 as it crosses the Willamette River on a gorgeous late spring afternoon.
At the end of track on the Lake County Railroad, LCR's ex-Nickel Plate geep switches out the perlite plant.
Towing a mechanical refrigerator car that will be spotted on speculation at Stayton, the West Stayton Local passes through Macleay, Oregon on the West Stayton branch. By the end of the month, oper... (more)
It is true that even railroaders can have the energy and impulse to be comical after a day's work. Such was the case after the 4449's spur of the moment run on the Portland & Western to Tigard. Th... (more)
After the run to Tigard, Doyle's RSD-5 moves around the recently donated Cheyenne steam shop switcher, UPP 96 and the steam generator car "Little Boy" to make room for 4449.
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.
After carrying several distinguished Genessee & Wyoming corporate figures on a run between Milwaukie and Tigard, the SP 4449 leads its short consist of four passenger cars tender first back to the... (more)
It was one for the books as SP 4449 ran to Tigard via Milwaukee on the UP and Portland & Western. The run was for the Tigard Yard commemoration and had some important people from Genesee & Wyoming... (more)
A westbound arrives at Klamath Falls with the 'class' GP30 on the point.
BNSF's first southbound Swift RoadRailer departs Klamath Falls for Keddie.
A pair of Cadillacs painted for the SPSF merger rest outside of the hallowed Brooklyn Roundhouse.
The Coast Starlight stops at Klamath Falls on Thanksgiving morning 1994. There are lots of smokers braving the chill to blaze up.