2001 switches the yard at Albany.
The Albany Roustabout clears yard limits at Albany, Oregon as it works west toward Eugene.
On a clear fall morning, the Albany Roustabout makes up its train at Albany Yard.
As the Willamette & Pacific Eugene Hauler prepares to depart Albany Yard, a Southern Pacific train passes on the main line.
As the morning fog burns off, a westbound Southern Pacific manifest rolls into the sunshine. In the distance, Willamette & Pacific's Eugene Hauler is departing Albany Yard.
Former SP 3859 drops its train in Portland & Westerns Albany yard.
Albany & Eastern's distinct 1st generation pair heads to Lebanon with a load of empties from Albany.
With word that Albany & Eastern would be using their two vintage SP EMDs on the hauler, i had to make a trip down from Portland to catch the action. Here we see the pair passing Portland & Western... (more)
Still wearing the patriotic colors of The Pittsburgh & Shawmut Railroad, PNWR 1201 sits with stacks capped in Albany Yard. This unit is suppose to be trimmed from the Portland and Western roster.
Coming back from Oakland, OR, i made a quick stop in Albany as there is always something interesting to look at. Here, the vintage SP SD7 sits idle on this 1st Saturday of 2019. The old workhorse ... (more)
Amtrak Cascades trains use articulated train sets manufactured by Talgo designed for high-speed rail service. The trains operate over a 467 mile corridor from Vancouver, BC, to Eugene, OR. The ser... (more)
An extra Mill City Local goes out in the yard at Albany, Oregon to find its train. By month end, SP will have leased the Mill City Branch to the new Willamette Valley Railway.
BN's Albany to Pasco roadfreight is just a few miles into its trip. This long timber trestle spans the floodplain on the north bank of the Santiam River.
The BN train to Eugene on the former Oregon Electric passes below Willamette & Pacific's ex-SP Toledo Branch. Today, both lines are united as part of Portland & Western.
An Albany & Eastern train heads towards Lebanon after working the yard in Albany on a typical Oregon spring day.