Steam and Tall Ships. There are very few places that you can see tall ships and operational steam locomotives together. This shot was only possible on one day. The OCSR was running an NRHS steam s... (more)
A June early morning found SP 4422 and 4365 along with classic SP bay window caboose tied up at Medford.
SP&S 700 and it's train head back home to ORHF after a successful National Train Day at Portland Union Station.
In a world of LED and Strobe Blue lights this blue lantern adds a nice touch of class and romance to the SP&S 700 as it rests for the night.
11 miles south of Bend, OR, passing through appropriately-named "Lava" siding.
BN's big C636's were powerful but trouble plagued units. I was fortunate enough to actually see a number of them in service in the summer of 79. I also picked up a number of slides in trade or pur... (more)
Winter morning on the Sumpter. A Lerro charter, and as usual he got us up way earlier than we wanted to get up, but it was worth it.
Emerging from the tunnel at Twin Bridges in the Deschutes River Canyon.
Tied down for the weekend, former Portland Traction Company SW1 of the Oregon Pacific Railroad rests at the company's East Portland yard in Milwaukie in the very early hours of a Sunday morning.
eastbound SP train McCredie Springs siding
Homeward bound. A Mt. Emily Lumber Company train heads east toward the yards in the City of Prineville, Oregon, under a cobalt blue winter sky.
A purposeful machine. Mt. Emily Lumber Company's Shay #1 rolls slowly through the sagebrush steppe of Central Oregon, en route to her home in the City of Prineville. The afternoon sun hig... (more)