NWP 4324 South makes its way through the oak trees along the right of way with three SD9s for power.
Sunny shot of the rear of the last SP "Cadillac" on the former POTB.
One of many former BN SD9s that made in onto the BNSF roster is now landlocked on the POTB in Tillamook. The locomotive was built for the Colorado & Southern in 1959 and sold to the POTB in 2002.... (more)
What once was the front of a former Southern Pacific Cadillac is now reduced to a lawn ornament for a local tourist outfit. The 4405, as far as I know, was one of the Port of Tillamook Railroad's ... (more)
Port of Tillamook Bay revisited. Nearly a decade after the washouts that severed the lines connection out of Tillamook, former SP 5418 shows its SP heritage as the POTB plain peels.
Looking like something out of the late 1950s on SP, a Port of Tillamook Bay excursion train passes through Bay City, Oregon.
An Espee fan would look at this photo and immediately think, "Hey, look - three old Cadillacs!" The Port of Tillamook Bay's coastal turn between Tillamook and Batterson returns home with lumber em... (more)
BN SD9 No. 6126 brings a long string of Oregon, California and Eastern lumber cars into the yard under a sky filled with clouds.
Doing a great steam locomotive impersonation, the black-widow heritage SD9 accelerates with a load of lumber on the Albany & Easter.
NWP crews swap trains at Geyserville.
A pair of Milwaukee Road SD9s sits on the turntable in Bellingham between assignments.
SP's Hillsboro Roustabout heads for the mill at Seghers. The train is traveling on the north end of the old Westside Branch. This line once hosted interurban service.
Locomotives wearing paint schemes from two different mergers are seen at the Brooklyn Yard engine servicing facility.
Less than two months after the Willamette & Pacific started operations, five leased SP 'Cadillacs' tote the McMinnville Hauler west near Cipole. Since track speed was a uniform 10 MPH from McMinnv... (more)