Canadian potash train running west at MP 99 on UP's Portland Sub at Moody, crossing the Deschutes River, OR. The Columbia River is seen in the upper left.
PT 140 runs back to yard, crossing the interesting bike trail signal.
Light power passing in a sunny fall day.
Off Property. Portland & Western has "transferred" their aging former SP GP9 to the Olympia & Belmore Railroad. Built in 1957 as SP 5738, this unit has apparently been really showing its... (more)
A train of empty log flats nears the West Switchback on a sunny Fall day.
After Oregon, California & Eastern was abandoned, Southern Pacific ran some trains over the line for scrapper A&K Railroad Materials. Recovered track components were marshalled at Sycan and shippe... (more)
LRY 700 trailing on a northbound BNSF manifest in Bend.
The Bly Turn heads east for another load of logs.
The NS high-hoods of Albina have moved to the servicing tracks. Apparently they will working for Frontier Rail at the grain silo of T5 in the port "Rivergate" area of north Portland.
Normally assigned to log trains, Heisler #3 is being used on a short passenger extra carrying lumber company executives to visit a newly opened logging spur.
Ok, I suppose that a historically b... (more)
As summer comes to a close, 663 runs down Hillsboro after taking Cornelius Pass.
A westbound lumber drag departs Klamath Falls for California. The caboose has just cleared the west switch of Texum siding, so the power is accelerating to track speed.
A trio of three year old GP39-2s prepare for departure to Bieber. In summer 1984, there was still a fair amount of Inside Gateway traffic to turn over to Union Pacific.
The Swift RoadRailer heads south on the BNSF Gateway Subdivision in spring 2003.
On a warm summer morning, BNSF 4060 heads out of Lake Yard to the UP, for a run to California.