The SP 4449 departs Portland with its excursion bound for Bend, Oregon.
The SP 4449 shoves back as it rolls toward the front of its train in Downtown Portland. The famed Lima-built GS-4 would then take its excursion down the Oregon Trunk on an excursion to Bend, Orego... (more)
UP E9 No. 960 and E8 No. 928 face off in the late evening hours of June 22, 1978. No. 960 will be part of a quartet of E9s the next day pulling the Hinkle Special train out of Portland to celebrat... (more)
Back Office. Here's a fireman's side view of the cab controls on the massive Spokane, Portland & Seattle Locomotive 700, a 220-ton Northern that "lives" in the Oregon Rail Heritag... (more)
Quittin' Time. Pacific Railroad Preservation Association Engineer Jim Abney (left) debriefs the evening's activities with Fireman Jeff Honeyman (right) upon completion of a Lerro Production... (more)
Ready for departure. Spokane, Portland & Seattle's massive Northern steams in the Portland Yard with a string of heavyweight coaches, looking for all the world like she's about to depart on... (more)
This gal doesn't get out much, but if you can coax her out of the house, she'll definitely show you a good time! Spokane, Portland and Seattle #700, a massive E-1 Class, 4-8-4 Northern Loc... (more)
A Union Pacific manifest skirts its way towards Albina Yard along the Willamette River.
On the day of his final run with Amtrak, a waving hand is seen in the cab as George Landrock arrives at Portland's Union Station for the last time. The smoke rising from the rails is the result of... (more)
UP 694 switches out the Kraft Foods Nabisco Bakery in North Portland. After switching, the crew will take its local down the Kenton Line on the Portland Subdivision.
Two generations of EMD products face south of Albina yard.
Two Great Northern F’s await their next assignment at Portland, Oregon on April 11, 1969. Portland’s Union Station Tower is in the background.