While the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad is known for its steam locomotive operations, it also has Oregon's only operating F unit. The former Great Northern 274 reposes outside of OCSR's enginehous... (more)
McCloud River Railroad's 2-6-2 No. 2 meets with an Great Northern F7 unit by the shop at the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in Garibaldi, OR.
Both locomotives are owned by the tourist line and a... (more)
The McCloud River Railroad and the Great Northern Railroad meet - again!
A long time ago, these two railroads once met up just north of Bieber, California at a place known as Lookout Ju... (more)
GN 274 poses in the afternoon light at Garibaldi with the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad's evening dinner train.
One of the most scenic railroad locations in the world...Too bad the days of long SD9 powered log trains are over. This is a pretty cool conciliation seeing Doyle McCormack's F7 power dinner train... (more)
The Oregon Coast dinner train slowly rumbles up to Wheeler as it passes the busy beach getaway town of Rockaway Beach. Scores of people stop to watch the interesting pair of 1st generation locomot... (more)
Route of the Empire Builder now serves the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad on the former SP Tillamook Branch.
A restored F7, adorning it's original Great Northern colors us leading the Oregon Coast Railroad dinner train. Crab rocks sits in the bay to the right.
One of Doyle's magnificent toys basks in the sun along the Oregon Coast...
GN 274 and train from the Brooklyn Roundhouse in Portland head east for the annual Cruisin' Sherwood event on the Friday of the big weekend. The train is at Cook, the junction between the Tillamo... (more)
Restored GN F7 274 sits on the tracks just to the north of the Brooklyn roundhouse, coupled to Doyle McCormick's Nickel Plate painted RSD-5 324.
EMD f/n 3042-4, c/n 11066. Stacks and fans covered for the winter. Loco is owned by Doyle McCormack.
GN 274 is framed looking through the cab of an old steam locomotive
Great Northern F7A 274 basks in the sun. A tarp on the roof protects the unit from the all too common rains in the area.