A spiffy former ATSF rebuild works the Kinder Morgan Willbridge Terminal in NW Portland. Starting this month, the dash-3 upgraded units have been showing up around the north western US, including ... (more)
Amtrak Genesis Locomotives P42-9BWH No. 61 and No. 140 in charge of Southbound Amtrak No. 11 COAST STARLIGHT from Seattle, WA to Los Angeles, CA.
Albany & Eastern EMD GP38AC No. 2001 gets some mechanical attention from a shop employee at the railroad’s locomotive facility at Lebanon, Oregon, on the morning of September 26, 2016.
Having been closed to automobile traffic for the city's Bridge Pedal event, the Fremont Bridge offers some unique views of Albina Yard.
Coos Bay Rail Link's Eugene-Noti Turn rolls through Finn on the west side of Eugene, OR with interchange for the Union Pacific.
There is not much left of the old Oregon, California & Eastern Railway in and around Klamath Falls, OR. OC&E Caboose No. 2006 on display next to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail in Altamont, OR.
On the morning of September 27, 2016, Portland & Western GP9 No. 1801 switches the PNWR yard in Eugene, Oregon. The 1959-built EMD is dressed in classy Southern Pacific black widow colors and lett... (more)
Crossing the Columbia River from Washington into Oregon, a southbound BNSF manifest slowly starts his journey over the Oregon Trunk.
Eclipse of Albina. The day has turned nearly night as a 99.2% eclipse shadows the Union Pacific engine service facility and Portland.
The westbound Empire Builder rolls into Portland.
A Port Westwood bound oil train rolls under the St Johns Bridge on the former SP&S, now Portland & Western Astoria Line.
Sunny shot of the rear of the last SP "Cadillac" on the former POTB.
The Southern Pacific 4449 leads its excursion southward through the farmland of central Oregon.
4449 leads the return excursion to Portland through Madras.
Running late, the SP 4449 leads the Cascades Daylight over the first of several bridge crossings over the Deschutes River, a waterway the train traveled along shortly after reentering Oregon.