Oregon Coast Local. The former McCloud Railway Locomotive #25 passes a swampy pond adjacent to Smith Lake as she hauls a short local mixed train north on the old SP Tillamook Branch. The... (more)
A California Log-Hog in the Oregon Woods. Former log-hog McCloud #25 is right at home in the deep woods of Oregon as she hauls a mixed freight along the shore of the Nehalem River toward ... (more)
Just past Tillamook Bay, #25 continues north toward Rockaway Beach.
A little bit of sunlight breaks through as #25 wraps up her day.
McCloud River Railroad No. 25 crosses a causeway and trestle on the Oregon Coast Scenic with a post-Winterail photo train.
McCloud River Railroad No. 25 steams it up on a damp day on the Oregon Coast Scenic.
The POTB's Ex. SP Tillamook Branch was once a scenic passage for freights heading from the plains of Hillsboro to the scenic coastline along Tillamook Bay. This changed in December of 2007, when f... (more)
The McCloud 25 heads east past a gravel factory with the Oregon Coast Crawler in haul.
The McCloud 25 leads RailsNW's Oregon Coast Crawler east towards Salmonberry past Mohler. The waterway in the foreground is the Nehalem River, which will continue to parallel the trip's route unti... (more)
The McCloud 25 crosses a wooden overpass on its way to Salmonberry with RailsNW's Oregon Coast Crawler.
Former McCloud River Railroad ALCO 2-6-2 steams out of Garibaldi or a nice fall day.
McCloud River Railroad #25 rests at the depot in Rockaway Beach after a run up from Garibaldi for the Oregon Coast Scenic Railway. This is one fine looking Alco 2-6-2, and it's nice to see that t... (more)
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railway 11:00 Garibaldi departure passes Smith Lake northbound on the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad behind McCloud River Railroad #25.
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. McCloud 25 pulls her mixed freight around the southern shore of pretty Nehalem Bay as she enters the little town of Wheeler, where she'll stop for water. ... (more)
Smoke on, ready....now! McCloud 25 charges across the little Fishery Point Bridge in Wheeler, Oregon, converting the spoils from the local Jiffy Lube into black gold for an assembled group ... (more)