McCloud Railway Prairie steam engine #25 pauses with a mixed train on the causeway at Smith Lake, between Garibaldi and Rockaway Beach, on a clear October night. Hot lights provided by Lerro Produ... (more)
Three oil-burning, logging locomotives, all unique in their wheel arrangements, under steam, captured late at night in the yard by the engine house at the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in Garibaldi... (more)
The last run-by of the day has been completed and the double header train has been transformed into a train with a single locomotive (McCloud #25) and a light engine move of the Polson Lumber Co #... (more)
Charging through Garibaldi. Polson Logging Company Mikado #2 leads an early evening freight double-header past the fish pier in the resort town of Garibaldi, Oregon, as she makes her way n... (more)
Former Whitney Company 2-4-4-2 "Skookum" was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in June 1909. It was retired and abandoned deep in the forest following a d... (more)
Passing The Three Graces. Engineer Jim Abney eases Polson Logging Co. Mikado #2 past the off-shore rock formation known as The Three Graces, just moments before sunset on a cool October ev... (more)
A Trio of Log Hogs. The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad celebrates the roll-out of "Skookum" with a 3-engine line-up featuring 3 different types of oil-burning, logging locomotives, steamed up... (more)
"Skookum" After years of restoration effort in the shops of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, the completed Columbia River Belt Line Locomotive #7 "Skookum" sees the light of day for the fi... (more)
The Strong One: In Garibaldi, Oregon, a railroading oddity sits on an unusually sunny Fall day. This is the "Skookum", a very rare 2-4-4-2 type steam locomotive. It was the first ... (more)
Steam on the Shore: At sunset, a doubleheaded steam freight train plies along Oregon's Pacific Ocean coast north of Garibaldi. This was a static pose staged for a Lerro Productions photo ch... (more)
Spending The Day With No. 25 As I Turn 25. While it's extremely rare my parents manage to pull any surprise relating a train-related event off...my Mom managed to do this year. Traveling up... (more)
With the 4PM train in tow, McCloud River Railroad No. 25 skirts the water on its departure from Garibaldi.
GN 274 poses in the afternoon light at Garibaldi with the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad's evening dinner train.
On a photo charter, PLC 2 heads north from Garibaldi early in the morning with a train of empty log cars.
A line of equipment owned by the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad lies on a siding south of Garibaldi. This stretch of track -- once operated by the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad -- has been isolated... (more)