As the sun sets on a typical Oregon winter day, PNWR 1854, a 1955 former Southern Pacific SD9 and the last of the first-generation power of the railroad, makes it's final run. Once it arrives at H... (more)
The Harbor Turn runs through downtown Hillsboro on a atypical daylight run. The week long ice storm caused many delays, resulting in this move as the Portland metro had an inch plus of solid ice, ... (more)
The End of an Era. Three or Portland & Western's high hood, first generation EMD power has been retired at this date. Only SD9 1852, still in Southern Pacific paint, continues to work the Oregon E... (more)
PNWR 3570 at West Colton.
Last of its Kind: Portland and Western number 1501 was one of the last SD7 locomotives in regular freight service in North America. It was built in November of 1952 as Southern Pacific numb... (more)
Portland and Western’s American turn makes a slow rock-n-roll trip up Fourth Street in Harrisburg, Oregon, on September 27, 2016. The interurban qualities of the PNWR’s OE District is owed to ... (more)
PNWR 1801 crosses over the North Yamhill River after dropping a single boxcar at the wye. The locomotive will tie down in McMinnville after serving the last customer on the Newberg branch. The loc... (more)
While two of Portland & Westerns 1st generation power has been retired, PNWR 1801 still trundles along the Newberg Branch. This could possibly be one of the last runs on the line and for the locom... (more)
Portland and Western's Eugene hauler leaves town for Albany in peak golden hour light.
Covered Bridge The covered bridge built in 1926 to protect the wood deck from harsh Coast Range winter frames the morning Toledo Hauler. The train serves the large cardboard box plant at ... (more)
A scene soon to be no longer repeated, as this classic GP9 is slated for the chopping block.
A Portland & Western manifest departs Eugene
A Portland and Western manifest trundles along the Toledo branch