Of the 297 PA and PB locomotives built by the American Locomotive Company, only five are still extant. Four are former Santa Fe locomotives, which were purchased and later rebuilt by the Delaware... (more)
Southern Pacific #4449 rests quietly at its home at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center while visitors pass through to admire the magnificent locomotive.
The Olympic Torch unit rolls past the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on a trip to Eugene.
Random meeting of Southern Pacific "Daylight" steam engine #4449 and a freight train with leading unit Portland & Western Railroad EMD GP40 #3004.
Troops pose for throwback photos as the Daylight rests in the background. At Lerro Productions Photo Charter of the Southern Pacific Daylight.
The magnificent Southern Pacific "Daylight" #4449 is seen during the Blue Hour in the yard of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland.
I wanna go outside!
SP&S No. 700 gazes out the window of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, anxious to head back out on the high iron. Unfortunately, for now, No. 700 is unable as i... (more)
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 rests within the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on display for visitors to gaze upon in between restoration sessions.
The locomotive ... (more)
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Head-on
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Engineer's Side
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Fireman's Side
Southern Pacific "Daylight" No. 4449 - at night!
Owned by the City of Portland and maintained by a group of dedicated volunteers named "Friends of SP 4449", this... (more)
Daylight After Dark: Southern Pacific GS-4 class locomotive number 4449 sits idle at night with a "Daylight" passenger consist in tow. Photo taken as part of a night photography s... (more)