During February 1996, several Southern Pacific trains were detoured on Willamette & Pacific due to flooding on SP's mainline. One of the detours passes an ancient wigwag on WPRR in Amity, on the o... (more)
Because a train is stalled ahead due to a UDE, the hotshot LABRF's path to the next crew change at Klamath Falls is blocked. While the train waits it out, the conductor is going to the Mt Hebron ... (more)
Because the mainline was flooded at Oregon City, Southern Pacific's hot LABRF detours on Willamette & Pacific. The train is nearing Ashahr siding on the outskirts of Corvallis.
Due to flooding on the main line near Oregon City, Southern Pacific detoured some intermodal trains on Willamette & Pacific in February 1996. One of the detours passes through St. Joseph, near McM... (more)
The hottest train on the Oregon Division climbs the eastbound grade on the flanks of Mount Shasta.
A hot LABRF rolls off the Loop and through Woodford on an overcast morning in August 1988.
An SP LABRF blasts past on No. 1 Track as an eastbound approaches Sandcut.