A rare daylight appearance of the "Harbor Turn". The train died here last night and is now completing their run to Tigard, OR.
A rare daylight appearance of the "Harbor Turn" carries empty log cars back to reload from the Albany & Eastern and fresh cut lumber from Banks, OR.
The Harbor Turn rolls down Adams Avenue on a Fall afternoon. This stretch of street running is a vestige of Southern Pacific's Red Electric interurban service.
This former SP SD45 carbody looks pretty magical as it rolls past the little community off Roy Road in the Tualatin Valley.
The Harbor Turn rolls over Holcomb Creek Trestle with the usual pair for former SP SD45 carbodys on point.
The Harbor Turn returns from Harbor Siding and enters the open fields of the Tualitin Valley.
Logs on Logs as the Harbor Turn rolls over the Holcomb Creek road. This train usually passes over this bridge and back in the night making a pretty rare day run due to track work.
Portland & Westerns "Harbor Turn" rolls up downtown Hillsboro. This run is usually nocturnal, so it's pretty cool seeing a predominately log train run the route in the day.
Far from its original duties on the point of Amtrak passenger trains, DLMX 644 leads a freight train over the massive timber trestle near Helvetia. This rural scene is less than ten miles from dow... (more)
The other end of a "tree tunnel" yields the Harbor Turn with George Lavacot's repainted Black Widow SD9 on the point.
A stand of trees cover the tracks in shadows, but the nose of the SD45 crosses a beam of sunlight that has found its way on to the tracks as the Harbor turn heads to Banks.