The Portland Traction heritage unit has brought OPR 803 back on property after being sold of a decade ago. The unit is here to replace OPR 801 which was burned up in the Labor Day fires.https://ww... (more)
Homecoming. Following the destruction of sister unit 801 seen here: https://www.railpictures.net/photo/748309, former OPR 803 is coming back on property to replace the former BN switcher that burn... (more)
OPR 801 was a casualty of the great Labor Day 2020 fires that ripped through Oregon. The future is uncertain for this locomotive, but the line didn't loose any of its shippers. OPR 1202 has taken ... (more)
OPR 801 was hit by one of the many fires that ravaged Oregon during the Labor Day weekend.The future is uncertain for this locomotive (hopefully salvageable), but the line didn't loose any of its ... (more)
This may look like Southern Pacific 70-ton 5100, and it was in fact Southern Pacific 70-ton 5100 when built by General Electric in April 1949 (and until 12/22/76), but it is actually Oregon Pacifi... (more)
When the current Oregon Pacific Railroad began operating on the former Molalla Branch of the Southern Pacific, it did so as the Molalla Western Railroad. A few months after the transfer, a trainl... (more)
It is a blast from the past as a 1952 built SW1 rolls past the 1905 built substation for Oregon Water Power & Railway Company.
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.
On Turkey Day 2017, Oregon Pacifics newest addition hangs out at Barnes Yard after coming east.
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.
OPR 1413 is out of the yard as the hard working crew of Oregon's progressive short line do install a new crossing in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland.
Conductor Kevin takes the Newly Refurbished Portland Traction 100 back to the train
OPR makes it's grand debut at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center after pulling SP 4449 and consist back from Oaks Park.
Fresh out of EMD...sort of. OPR has restored number 100 to it's Portland Traction heyday of electrified locals around SE Portland. I really appreciate the everyone involved in this, thank you OPR!