Smurfit Newsprint rolls down Blaine Street in Newberg with empties for the mill. The cars had just been set out at the interchange by Southern Pacific's last train on the Newberg Branch. On Monda... (more)
Returning to the mill with empties, Smurfit Newsprint Corporation's ex-Rock Island SW9 rolls through downtown Newberg, Oregon. The job had just switched out the interchange with Willamette & Paci... (more)
Willamette & Pacific's McMinnville Switcher arrives at Newberg with empties for the pulp mill. The Smurfit switch engine had brought loads up from the mill, and will return with the empty cars WP... (more)
At Newberg, Oregon the Smurfit Newsprint Corporation had a railroad that ran a little over a mile from their pulp mill to the Southern Pacific. Most the line ran in the middle of Newberg's Blaine ... (more)
Fresh from painting at the Brooklyn Roundhouse, WPRR 1801 crests Rex Hill, SP's unknown summit.
Bound for McMinnville, the outbound Whiteson Flyer departs Newberg, namesake of the Newberg Branch.
An extra Newberg Turn on Southern Pacific's Newberg Branch enters its namesake city on a clear winter Sunday.
Startup of the Willamette & Pacific, which would end SP movements into Newberg on th... (more)
Southern Pacific's Whiteson Flyer arrives at Newberg on a sunny winter Saturday. Smurfit Newsprint's ex-Rock Island switcher is waiting for empties. Once the SP train completes its setout, the swi... (more)
Not long after Willamette & Pacific's GP39 fleet arrived, four former Santa Fe units draw a crowd at Newberg.
Portland & Western's first locomotive leads PNWR's very first train out of Newberg. The locomotives were winding up for the climb over Rex Hill.
The group riding the first run of Willamette & Pacific's black widow GP9 poses for a photo during a stop at Newberg.
An extra Newberg Turn crests Rex Hill in January 1993 on the Newberg Branch. By the end of February, this traffic would be handled by Willamette & Pacific.
Portland & Western's first locomotive leads the inaugural PNWR train out of Newberg in August 1995.
Westbound on the Newberg Branch, the Whiteson Flyer is entering Newberg, Oregon at Springbrook siding.
A special passenger train for the Genesee & Wyoming Board of Directors is deadheading over Rex Hill. The corporate officials will board the train in Milwaukie for a trip to Albany, via McMinnville... (more)