A pair of former Southern Pacific Cadillacs work the Trask River Lumber spur. The Port of Tillamook Bay's industrial park is housed in a former WWII Naval Air Station that was a blimp base.
The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is being nudged on to the ramp leading to the trailer that will take it to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California. This unique earl... (more)
The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is gently being pushed up a ramp an on to a trailer for its road trip to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California.
Dateline Tillamook Oregon…. The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is all packed up and ready for its road trip to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California.
Sunset Steam:At sunset, a mixed steam freight crosses a wooden trestle in Tillamook, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad as part of a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Looming out of the thick coastal fog, and doing its best to add to it, McCloud 25 emerges from the murk.
Out of the Fogg
Polson Logging No 2 runs over Stasek Slough at Tillamook, with a plume worthy of a Howard Fogg painting.
Steam on the Sloughs
McCloud River Railroad 25 manages to catch the sunlight, even on the smokebox door, as the Oregon sun sinks into nearby Tillamook Bay.
The privately owned Polson Logging Company No. 2 now calls Tillamook and the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad home. The OCSR operates over the west end of the former Southern Pacific Tillamook branch... (more)
1918 or 2018? Polson Logging Company's #2 Crossing the Stasek Slough just north of Tillamook Oregon. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Polson Logging Company's #2 is back at what it was meant to do, hauling a logging train. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
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)
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.