This is what remains of the somewhat famed former Southern Pacific Sherwood Trestle now owned by the Portland Western Railroad, a lot of it's fame came from the SP4449 making it's way to Sherwood ... (more)
An AABBA set is led by ex-Rock Island GP40 on the Toledo Hauler along the Yaquina River as it heads east after leaving Toledo, Ore. with 46 cars for Albany, Ore.
A Portland & Western manifest departs Vancouver for points south after receiving a clear signal.
Ambling along through the Oregon Coast Range at a blistering 12 MPH, PNWR's Toledo Hauler handles 32 cars of production from the Georgia Pacific paper mill at Toledo, OR to interchange with UPRR a... (more)
PNWR 664-18 rounds the curve at Canby in last light. This train typically uses Portland & Western rails on this stretch, but a very late departure necessitated a "straight shot" (they en... (more)
The PNWR's Oregon Electric Express rolls south through a field in the Willamette Valley. The lead unit was originally built as a CNW SD45.
A late Portland & Western OE Express heads south past an industry in Woodburn, Oregon.
The P&W's Mac Switcher heads south over an overpass in Newberg after collecting cars that the Newberg Switcher collected for it.
The Portland & Western's 1201 runs around a string of cars as it prepares to switch them around the east end of the three track yard in Newberg.
A special move of a transformer in a siding as the "Albany Hauler" passes. The power for the Hauler was RFRX 4202 4201. The hills in the background are the Coastal Range. We are in th... (more)
The one man crew has unlocked the siding switch and is walking back to make the cut. He is looking back at the switch. I wonder if his control pack can communicate with that FRED on the front co... (more)
I'm told this is the only operating SD7.
A short southbound Portland & Western train traverses street trackage in Harrisburg, Ore. The rails in the street are indicative that this was once part of the Oregon Electric.