A trainload of empty garbage containers heads south on the Shasta Route. The train was operated from Roosevelt, Washington by BNSF. Union Pacific will take the train to Suisun-Fairfield, where it ... (more)
The Louisiana Worlds Fair Daylight climbs the 1% grade to the Oregon/California state line on the second morning of its trip to New Orleans. Twenty minutes earlier, the train had departed Klamath ... (more)
Two years after Union Pacific acquired Southern Pacific, a Rio Grande tunnel motor leads a trainload of Oregon forest products on a southbound train. The next crew change will be at Klamath Falls,... (more)
Three years after Union Pacific acquired Southern Pacific, a southbound UP freight train with a solid set of SP power enters California on the Shasta Route.
A non-clearing eastbound Southern Pacific train holds short of a grade crossing, waiting for a westbound train to arrive at Worden, Oregon.
Southern Pacific's relief train from Klamath Falls rolls westward near Midland, Oregon. The train was taking the big hook south to help clean up a derailment near Redding, California. Between the ... (more)
Over two and a half years after Union Pacific acquired Southern Pacific, you could still see lots of Espee. Having just crossed the Oregon/California state line, a solid set of tunnel motors with ... (more)
Two notable locomotives are at Klamath Falls, Oregon on a June evening in 2002. The Olympic SD70M was enroute to Dunsmuir, California for display during the local Railroad Days. Although the GE lo... (more)
Led by an SD45R in a fresh coat of SPSF "Kodachrome" paint, a westbound train awaits opposing traffic in Texum siding. Once the mainline is clear, the train will depart Klamath Falls for... (more)
When Amtrak began its mail and express program in the late 1990s, some of the cars were rehabilitated in Oregon. On the Fourth of July 1997, some of the cars were at UP's Eugene Yard.
A train of Pacific Northwest forest products heads for California markets on a Fall morning. The peak in the distance is Mt. Scott, the highest elevation in Crater Lake National Park.
On a clear fall afternoon, the Swift RoadRailer highballs southbound near Grass Lake, California.
A Simpson Timber log train departs the mill in Shelton, Washington in January 1994, heading for a reload west of town.
Although the timetable calls this train the "Northwest Talgo," conventional Superliner equipment is being used tonight.
An intermodal train heads south on the Shasta Route in spring 1999.