Thirteen hours late due to a blizzard in the Oregon Cascades, the southbound Coast Starlight nears Klamath Falls.
An extra Mill Job delivers generators to the Klamath Cogeneration Plant.
Fifteen SD45s (516-530) were ordered for the CB&Q as the BN merger was coming together in 1968 and were delivered in January 1969, in pre-merger BN green and white Livery. BN renumbered them 6457... (more)
Detouring around weather related issues in Northeast Oregon, a Union Pacific train is arriving at Klamath Falls, Oregon off the Modoc Line.
UP stored power consisting of mostly dash-9s and SD9043MACS. 9766 was formally CNW 8662 and was recently repainted.
They say if you hang out around the railroad long enough, you will see just about anything. Here, we have the Coast Starlights meeting in Klamath Falls on 2004's first Saturday morning. Needless t... (more)
On Thanksgiving afternoon, a loaded sugar beet train departs the Klamath Basin. The following morning, it will be interchanged to California Northern and forwarded to Holly Sugar's refinery at Ham... (more)
The Coast Starlight makes its station stop at Klamath Falls. After a crew change, the train will depart for its scenic crossing of the Oregon Cascades.
As the Coast Starlight closes in on its station stop at Klamath Falls, the PTLAT departs for Los Angeles.
An eastbound train of empties negotiates the vertical curve in the "Parachute" east of Olene. This is a hiking trail today.
Just after sunrise, the Olympic Torch Relay train arrives at Klamath Falls. Local Olympic decathlon champion Dan O'Brien was featured in the ceremonies at the depot.
Done working on the Modoc Line, the Copic Local takes the west leg of the wye at Texum. The train will now work industries on the Shasta Route mainline.
On Black Friday 1992, the Copic Local heads out the Modoc Line. The train has empty beet racks to spot at the Merrill beet loader.
Northbound SP Local out of Klamath Falls near Modoc Point
The Swift RoadRailer departs Klamath Falls on a spring morning, bound for Keddie and, ultimately, the LA basin.