On Black Friday 1991, a train of empty beet racks on the Modoc Line is about to cross Burlington Northern's line to Bieber. Holly Sugar established a receiving station at Stronghold siding for th... (more)
Thirty miles from tie-up at Klamath Falls, Oregon, an eastbound BNSF manifest has just crossed Union Pacific's Modoc Line. The semaphore signals protecting the diamond were originally installed by... (more)
A westbound drag on the Modoc Line pounds the BN diamond at Stronghold on a spring afternoon. The Modoc's primary purpose was to move Oregon forest products east. Westbounds on the Modoc were pr... (more)
A southbound BNSF manifest rattles over the Modoc Line diamond at Stronghold. Although replacements are waiting to be cut in, the ex-Great Northern semaphores protecting the crossing survived long... (more)
At sunset on a late winter day, the Copic Local pounds the BN diamond at Stronghold. The upper quadrant semaphores were installed by Great Northern to protect the crossing with the Modoc Line. The... (more)
During the winter of 1988-89, intense winter conditions in Oregon's Blue Mountains created havoc for Union Pacific. Trains were detoured over Southern Pacific's Modoc Line and via the Feather Rive... (more)
A westbound Modoc Line train passes the distant signal protecting the diamond with BN. These were the only signals on the Modoc between Klamath Falls and Wendel.
An eastbound train on the Modoc Line crosses Burlington Northern's former Great Northern trackage.