CNR GMD-1 1070, built with A1A-A1A trucks for branchline service. (GMD-1 #1000-1082) built 1958-1960.
Assisting a culvert rebuild project being financed by the City of Portland, OPR 1413 & OPR 100 hustle two empty dump cars back to reload in Milwaukee.
CN 1900-1917 (GMD GMD-1, built 1958-1959; retired in 1995-97)
OPR 1413 idles away on a warmer than lately March day
An OPR excursion train heading to Oaks Park is seen just south of its departure station at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.
#1413, a former CN GMD-1, heads south with a train bound for the Oaks Amusement Park.
Some interesting equipment rests at the OPR shops in the Milwaukie neighborhood of south east Portland.
A short - and eclectic - train operates out of Portland's Oregon Rail Heritage Center behind Oregon Pacific GMD-1 1413. Built in 1959 as Canadian National 1045, this engine originally had A1A-A1A... (more)
Oregon Pacific's colorful GMD-1 spends a quiet Sunday morning at rest near the OPR shop. This unit was built as Canadian National 1045 in 1959 and was delivered with A1A-A1A trucks. B-B trucks w... (more)
After meeting CN 399 at Ash, CN 547 is back on the move, today's train consists of cars for Triple Metal and ABM on the glass lead, Recochem on the north track between Milbase and Mansewood and Ta... (more)
We where glad to see these ex-CN units show up here in the USA. Another Arkansas Shortilines carrier, Oachita Railroad has a couple also. Apparently neither can afford paint.
The Westbound Rossburn Sub wayfreight on the long haul from Winnipeg to Russell is about 15 miles west of Neepawa at last light of Day. The train will tie up at Rossburn and continue to Russell th... (more)