Filling the tender from a fire hydrant.
A line of equipment owned by the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad lies on a siding south of Garibaldi. This stretch of track -- once operated by the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad -- has been isolated... (more)
Fishery Point: Crossing Nehalem Bay. Belching a plume of oily smoke, the former McCloud River Railroad Locomotive #25 hauls a local mixed train across the little bridge at Fishery Point, en... (more)
Running the Nehalem River Canyon. There are relatively few tourist railroads in the US that experience radical changes in scenery along the length of their run. One well-known example is ... (more)
Bound for Salmonberry.....and very nearly there. The former McCloud River Railroad Locomotive 25 emerges from the iron bridge at the confluence of the Nehalem and Salmonberry Rivers on form... (more)
Reflecting on 90 years of faithful service in the American Northwest, McCloud Railway #25 hauls a mixed across the causeway at Smith Lake, en route to Rockaway Beach, Nedonna Beach, Wheeler... (more)
Oregon Coast Local. The former McCloud Railway Locomotive #25 passes a swampy pond adjacent to Smith Lake as she hauls a short local mixed train north on the old SP Tillamook Branch. The... (more)
A California Log-Hog in the Oregon Woods. Former log-hog McCloud #25 is right at home in the deep woods of Oregon as she hauls a mixed freight along the shore of the Nehalem River toward ... (more)
One of the most scenic railroad locations in the world...Too bad the days of long SD9 powered log trains are over. This is a pretty cool conciliation seeing Doyle McCormack's F7 power dinner train... (more)
The Oregon Coast dinner train slowly rumbles up to Wheeler as it passes the busy beach getaway town of Rockaway Beach. Scores of people stop to watch the interesting pair of 1st generation locomot... (more)
Just past Tillamook Bay, #25 continues north toward Rockaway Beach.
A little bit of sunlight breaks through as #25 wraps up her day.
Route of the Empire Builder now serves the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad on the former SP Tillamook Branch.
A restored F7, adorning it's original Great Northern colors us leading the Oregon Coast Railroad dinner train. Crab rocks sits in the bay to the right.
The POTB's Ex. SP Tillamook Branch was once a scenic passage for freights heading from the plains of Hillsboro to the scenic coastline along Tillamook Bay. This changed in December of 2007, when f... (more)