A rare daylight appearance of the "Harbor Turn" carries empty log cars back to reload from the Albany & Eastern and fresh cut lumber from Banks, OR.
The Clackamas Switcher works the yard at Hillsboro, Oregon in summer 1991.
As summer comes to a close, 663 runs down Hillsboro after taking Cornelius Pass.
A BN GP38 originally built for Penn Central takes the connection from SP's Tillamook Branch to an isolated ex-Oregon Electric line to Forest Grove. The connection was nicknamed "Trolley Car Curve"... (more)
SP's Hillsboro Roustabout heads for the mill at Seghers. The train is traveling on the north end of the old Westside Branch. This line once hosted interurban service.
The Harbor Turn rolls down Adams Avenue on a Fall afternoon. This stretch of street running is a vestige of Southern Pacific's Red Electric interurban service.
Portland & Westerns "Harbor Turn" rolls up downtown Hillsboro. This run is usually nocturnal, so it's pretty cool seeing a predominately log train run the route in the day.
Weeds on the curb add some color as the Harbor Turn rolls down the middle of SW Adams St. The second unit is my daughters favorite.
Blurrin' down the track!
Portland & Western's rock train unloads its hoppers in Hillsboro, Oregon.
On Display at the Art Train Exhibit
Hauled the Art Train