Closing in on Port Westward on the Portland & Western, BNSF 6980 disturbs traffic and dinner guests while doing some street running.
The Lewis & Clark Explorer train rolls down A Street in Rainier, Oregon. The train was operated for three years between Northwest Portland and Astoria.
Destined to a transload facility at Port Westward, OR near milepost 58, new revenue in the form of Bakken Crude oil has begun to flow over the Portland and Western's Astoria District. With run th... (more)
Portland & Western Railroad's Astoria line train runs down A Street upon entering the town of Rainier, OR.
While waiting for USG to finish loading their cars for us, we took a break in Rainier for lunch.
RDC 11's shadow leads it down the center of A Street on its return to Portland.
Street running through downtown Rainier
P&W's Wauna Turn cruises at track speed as he heads west towards Clastskanie, OR to switch some industries
Lewis & Clark Explorer