The passenger excursion run on Oregon, California & Eastern by Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours performs a photo run by in Olene Gap, nine miles east of Klamath Falls.
An excursion train on OC&E sponsored by Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours is spotted at the Sycan log reload.
After it stopped hauling logs, Oregon, California & Eastern spent a few months switching out an on-line oil distributor. When a spur was built to connect this plant with Burlington Northern, OC&E ... (more)
On Labor Day Weekend 1983, Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours teamed up to run an excursion on Oregon, California & Eastern. The train is shown on the return to Klamath Falls p... (more)
Power for the final Bly Turn approaches the West Switchback. In about ten minutes, the locomotives will pass in the opposite direction on the track in the foreground.
After OC&E quit hauling logs in April 1990, the railroad had one remaining commercial customer. Since this business received inbound asphalt loads that were distributed to road projects all over ... (more)
The loaded Bly Turn arrives at the West Switchback. The green GP9 trailing is one of the three units Weyerhaeuser purchased from BN for use on the non-common carrier Woods Line.
The last Bly Turn arrives at its namesake to haul Weyerhauser's final train of logs in Southern Oregon. Lead unit OC&E 7602 was built as General Electric U25 demonstrator GE 2501.
A clean-up train on OC&E rolls west near Horton on a late summer afternoon. Normally, a westbound train here would be loaded with logs. These cars had been sitting in storage at Sycan since May 19... (more)
The eastbound Bly Turn backs into the East Switchback. Lead unit OCE 7602 started out life as GE U25B demonstrator 2501.
Prior to abandonment, Weyerhaeuser moved all equipment off the OC&E. One of the clean-up trains starts up the grade to the east switchback. The lead unit was originally GE demonstrator 2501.
The westbound Bly Turn rolls along the Sprague River on a spring day in 1986.