NP 1735 now serves as seating for the Mount Hood Brewing Company in Portland. Located right off the Oregon Pacific track to Milwaukee and the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation, the caboose was appar... (more)
NKP 190 gets a rain bath on a blustering Novembers day.
After spending most of it's life inside the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, NKP 190 is front and center. A true classic, 1 of 2 that were brought back from Mexico. The locomotive looks a little out o... (more)
The daily 663/664 rolls past the Oregon Rail Heritage Center and local residents of Portland.
Built in 1947, NP 498 was reconfigured in 1955 as the Lewis & Clark Traveller's Rest series, with a 14 seat lunch counter and 30 seat club lounge and served on the North Coast Limited. Today, this... (more)
PNWR 2315 brings the NP dome "Travelers Rest" down to the Albany & Eastern Railroad on a special solo move. The was just picked up from the assortment of preserved passenger equipment ke... (more)
UP 96 releases billows of white smoke after moving the NP sleeper car "Travelers Rest" out of the heritage center. The car will taken by the Portland & Western down to Albany to be used ... (more)
Of the 297 PA and PB locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company, only five are still extant. Four are former Santa Fe locomotives, which were purchased and later rebuilt by the Delaware... (more)
Southern Pacific #4449 rests quietly at its home at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center while visitors pass through to admire the magnificent locomotive.
The Olympic Torch unit rolls past the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on a trip to Eugene.
Random meeting of Southern Pacific "Daylight" steam engine #4449 and a freight train with leading unit Portland & Western Railroad EMD GP40 #3004.
Troops pose for throwback photos as the Daylight rests in the background. At Lerro Productions Photo Charter of the Southern Pacific Daylight.
The magnificent Southern Pacific "Daylight" #4449 is seen during the Blue Hour in the yard of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland.
I wanna go outside!
SP&S No. 700 gazes out the window of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, anxious to head back out on the high iron. Unfortunately, for now, No. 700 is unable as i... (more)