An eastbound train of empties negotiates the vertical curve in the "Parachute" east of Olene. This is a hiking trail today.
An OC&E log train passes over a loaded log truck on Oregon Hwy. 140 east of Klamath Falls. Lead unit OCE 7602 was originally built as General Electric U25 demonstrator GE 2501.
The first train of the summer logging season eases into one of the tail tracks on the West Switchback. The empty log cars in this train will be spotted for loading at Bly.
One of the salvage trains SP operated over the abandoned OC&E passes Hager siding. Once upon a timetable, potatoes were loaded into railcars here.
A train of empty log flats nears the West Switchback on a sunny Fall day.
A Southern Pacific train loaded with salvaged track materials rolls west on the abandoned Oregon, California & Eastern Railway. It will return to home rail at Klamath Falls.
The passenger excursion run on Oregon, California & Eastern by Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours performs a photo run by in Olene Gap, nine miles east of Klamath Falls.
Before the OC&E was abandoned and dismantled, all rolling stock was moved off-line. The power and caboose used for these moves returns to Sycan Shop for another train of log cars to take to Klamat... (more)
An excursion train on OC&E sponsored by Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS and Great Western Tours is spotted at the Sycan log reload.
After it stopped hauling logs, Oregon, California & Eastern spent a few months switching out an on-line oil distributor. When a spur was built to connect this plant with Burlington Northern, OC&E ... (more)
There is not much left of the old Oregon, California & Eastern Railway in and around Klamath Falls, OR. OC&E Caboose No. 2006 on display next to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail in Altamont, OR.
For a logging railroad, Oregon, California & Eastern had a fair amount of mileage that bisected farm fields. Mount Shasta looms to the south as the Bly Turn departs Klamath Falls on a nice June mo... (more)
The final Bly Turn heads west along the Sprague River, nearing Beatty.
Loaded with around 200 highway truckloads of logs, the Bly Turn is about to enter yard limits in Klamath Falls' south suburbs.
An OC&E yard job backs a trainload of logs into the sort yard at Weyco's mill for unloading.