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Photo ID: 667383

An extra Albina-Tigard transfer rolls out of Albina Yard, seen from the city's Bridge Pedal event. This usually doesn't run on Sunday, making this a rather interesting catch.

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: The Albina Job
Photo Date: August 12, 2018


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By: J.PO

Added: Aug 14, 2018

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Photo ID: 587536

After dropping it's train off at Willbridge Yard, the power runs light pick up the new train in Vancouver.

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: 663
Photo Date: August 25, 2016


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By: J.PO

Added: Aug 31, 2016

Views: 1,747
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Photo ID: 582733

Portland & Western's Santa Fe heritage fleet departs south to Albany, Or.

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Vancouver, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: 663
Photo Date: July 10, 2016


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By: J.PO

Added: Jul 14, 2016

Views: 2,146
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Photo ID: 577405

A trio of blue bonnet former Willamette & Pacific, nee Santa Fe lead the daily Albany-Vancouver train over the Lake Oswego Railroad Bridge. Spring has brought the vibrant growth to Oregon.

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Oak Grove, Oregon, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: 663
Photo Date: May 19, 2016


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By: J.PO

Added: May 22, 2016

Views: 2,375
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Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 575916

On mothers day 2016, the power from train 663 arrives late into Vancouver after dropping its train at Willbridge yard in Portland. The train sports the usual power the two Willamette & Pacific ba... (more)

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Vancouver, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 08, 2016


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By: J.PO

Added: May 09, 2016

Views: 2,369
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Favorited: 7

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Photo ID: 553103

The Portland and Western Vancouver turn leaves the BNSF yard with the former ATSF 3610 leading.

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Vancouver, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: October 12, 2015


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By: J.PO

Added: Nov 04, 2015

Views: 2,348
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Photo ID: 358724

Portland & Western's Albany to Vancouver interchange Train 664 arrives into the BNSF Vancouver yard as lite engines. Patched ex-Santa Fe GP39-2 2311 brings up the rear as the set passes some park... (more)

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Vancouver, Washington, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: 664
Photo Date: February 24, 2011


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By: Richard Sugg

Added: Mar 30, 2011

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Photo ID: 94071

Railroad: Portland & Western Railroad
Locomotive: EMD GP39-2
Location: Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA
Locomotive #: PNWR 2311
Train ID: Beaverton Switcher
Photo Date: Unknown


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By: Ryan Mishler

Added: Feb 11, 2005

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