A large portion of Coos Bays former power awaits disposition. New units have arrived on property as of September in a new company paint highlight of teal, instead of white.
City of Prineville #989.
This former Milwaukee Road GP9 rests at a yard outside of Prineville. It looks as if the unit has been retired for the more modern SW1500 the railroad acquired in 2014. COP 985 retains its origina... (more)
Passing a herd Black Angus cattle grazing in the Crooked River Valley, an eastbound City of Prineville Railway train approaches Prineville, Oregon, on September 28, 2016.
A westbound City of Prineville Railway freight follows the Crooked River along the cliffs lining Prineville Valley just west of Prineville, Oregon, on September 28, 2016. From this distance, the l... (more)
COP 989 heads the eastbound interchange train into Prineville, OR after making a trip to Redmond to interchange with BNSF.
COP 989 heads its local east toward Prineville. It has crossed the Crooked River and rolls behind a cattle ranch before reaching town.
COP 989 rolls west toward Redmond, OR with a local turn that originated in Prineville. It will interchange cars with BNSF and head back to Prineville and do some switching. The loco is a former MI... (more)
COP 989, a former Milwaukee Road GP20M, rolls east through the Prineville valley past the Sigman Ranch entrance along Hwy. 370. The railroad shares the valley with the Crooked River, made famous b... (more)
City of Prineville no. 989, a former Milwaukee Road GP20 rebuild, heads west from Prineville, OR, crossing the Crooked River in the Prineville Valley. The train will interchange cars with BNSF at ... (more)
Not long after sunrise on one of the longest days of the year, a City of Prineville train departs its namesake for the Oregon Trunk interchange at Prineville Junction.
City of Prineville GP20 No. 989 spots two cars of lumber to a dealer on the west side of Prineville, Oregon, on September 28, 2016.
A photo freight performs a photo runby on the City of Prineville Railway.
Returning from the interchange with Oregon Trunk, City of Prineville Railway's ex-MILW locomotive rolls eastward with some typical Central Oregon scenery for a backdrop.
A short City of Prineville freight approaches Bus Evans Road grade crossing just west of Prineville, on September 28, 2016. The train is powered by No. 989, a former Milwaukee Road GP9 rebuilt by ... (more)