6236 switches in the Burlington Northern yard at Denver.
On a gloomy Western Oregon morning, the Glendale Hauler heads for its namesake. The train is hauling loads out of Grants Pass to Glendale for pickup tonight by the MEEUM. By doing this, the road... (more)
The SP Clack Switcher is crossing Kellogg Lake in the Portland suburb of Milwaukie. At the time, this trackage was part of SP's Tillamook Branch. The train was returning to Brooklyn Yard after pi... (more)
BN 6234, a late phase SD9, is shown parked at Osceola where it is available for tourist train service. The Minnesota Transportation Museum unit dates back to Burlingtion subsidiary Colorado & Sout... (more)
It did not take long to re-number GN 590 to BN 6117. Only about 3 months after the merger the unit is waiting at Brook Park, MN on the Brook Park turn out of St. Cloud, MN for its interchange of t... (more)
In spring 1987, a work train is setting out water cars at sidings in the Cascades so they can be available for fire service in the summer.
In October 1995, Southern Pacific 4449 spent a week on Portland & Western doing public relations work. On the last day that the steamer operated, the late David Goodheart set up this photo op in ... (more)
Rounding the big curve just north of the state line, the Staley Turn heads for the beet loader at Stronghold, California on the Modoc Line.
Helpers of an eastbound Siskiyou Line train roar through Divide, Oregon.
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.
November is arguably the wettest month of the year in much of the Pacific Northwest, and Portland was not exempt the day this trio of Cadillacs was captured at Brooklyn Yard framed by SP's steam e... (more)
A westbound train on the Siskiyou Line splits the Style B semaphores at the east switch of Safley siding.
Albany & Eastern's restored SP SD9 passes the former site of Weldwood Lumber on route to Weyerhaeuser via the Sweet Home branch.
The Copic Local passes the wig wag at Malone. It was the last "Magnetic Flagman" in service on the Modoc Line.