After days of round the clock work on the restoration of #18 - the first test run of the Flemming Locomotive Works number 18 was successful in Hood River.
Our train picking up some lumber cars at the Mt. Hood lumber siding. They were added to the front of the train (which became the back after the switchback). There was some sort of problem with the... (more)
the Dinner train is lined up getting ready to go.
The 88 takes on water before collecting passengers for the dinner train/
Framed by the 1906 bridge, the MHRR is almost back home as it crosses its namesake river
An uphill MHRR Excursion Train approaches station sign Woodworth
Mt. Hood Railroad #88 sits in the yard at Hood River, OR. The #88 is ex-Southern Pacific #3885, a factory delivered low-nose GP9.
Looking north on the Mt. Hood RR right-of-way at Parkdale, OR. Mt. Adams (WA) in the background.
A sprung key latch on the Keline lock speaks years of use on this switchstand on the Mt. Hood Railway