An eastbound passenger special crosses the Nehalem River in Oregon's Coast Range during fall 1991. The curve across the river marks the northernmost point reached by Southern Pacific.
An eastbound passenger special rolls along Nehalem Bay in fall 1991. The train would cross the Coast Range and terminate at Banks.
An eastbound POTB freight train crosses the large timber trestle over Oregon Highway 47 near Buxton. This trackage is now out of service.
An excursion train from Tillamook has just arrived at Banks, after a trip over the Oregon Coast Range. The local boys have come down to check out the train, and the engineer's daughter has come ou... (more)
SP "Kodachrome" paint scheme. Wrecked January 1999, retired 1999