Passenger cab units from different eras repose on a sunny afternoon in the Northwest.
A pair of Cadillacs painted for the SPSF merger rest outside of the hallowed Brooklyn Roundhouse.
Four years ago yesterday, the Oregon Rail Heritage Center opened up in Portland, Oregon, officially giving the public an legal interactive setup to view the city's three steam engines in one locat... (more)
Believe it or not, this is the famed Brooklyn Roundhouse. In any photo from the past this photo would include the SP4449 right in front and the SPS 700 next to it but with all the locomotives and ... (more)
After a lot of work done on the 4449 including some painting and a good scrubbing, she is ready for a busy couple of weeks including Tacoma NHRS and Wishram turns. For more info about our upcoming... (more)
Some local residents look on curiously from across the yard as SP4449 pulls up to the switch to head to the roundhouse.
Portland, Oregon's Brooklyn Roundhouse is a place with many treasures, in this case a faux Nickel Plate Road RSD-5 sitting in the afternoon sun in September, 2009.
4449 sure glistens in the evening sun as she gets turned to head into the house for the next 2 months to prepare for the Big Trip.
SP4449 gathers it's short 2 car train before it heads to Union Station for National Train Day.
The hand-carved logo in the cab floor of Southern Pacific Daylight 4449 is a testament to the care and attention to detail paid by Doyle McCormack and his crew.
The last rays of the setting sun filter through the large glass windows of the Brooklyn Roundhouse and illuminate one of railroading's most famous faces. Thanks to Chris Fussell for the tour.
The front of the two beautifully steam engines SP&S #700 and SP #4449 at the Brooklyn roundhouse
231 popped inside the Roundhouse so we could utilize an overhead crane to take apart its turbocharger. It was such a tease to have the 231 in between a Daylight-painted car and a Daylight locomoti... (more)
SP4449 and SPS700 both Idle Hot at Brooklyn roundhouse getting ready for their Weekend trips around the Portland area