Polson Logging Co. No. 2 northbound at Idaville, OR with an empty log train on the former SP branch on the Oregon Scenic Railroad. A Lerro Productions charter.
Polson Logging Company No. 2 leads an empty log train over a trestle spanning Stasek Slough in Idaville, OR along the former SP branch of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. Part of a Lerro Product... (more)
Polson Logging Company's 2-8-2 No. 2 brings an empty log train north over an inlet at Nehalem Bay in Wheeler, OR. The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad's former Southern Pacific branch traverses 46 mi... (more)
Former McCloud River Railroad steam locomotive 2-6-2 Prairie #25 (built by ALCO in 1925) is crossing the bridge over an inlet on Nehalem Bay on its way to Wheeler on the Oregon Coast Scenic Coast ... (more)
Back home in the Pacific Northwest. Polson Logging Co. Mikado #2 looks right at home on the northernmost of the two trestles over Stasek Slough as she hauls a cut of freight cars from Tilla... (more)
Sunset at Stasek Slough. The former McCloud River Railroad Prairie #25 hauls a mixed freight train across the wooden trestle at Stasek Slough just moments before sunset on an October eveni... (more)
Pulling an empty log train, McCRR 25 leads four empty log cars across an ancient timber bridge. It's a typical gloomy morning in Oregon, a perfect day for steam. This was a photo runby performed f... (more)
Reflection at Stasek Slough. Polson Logging Mikado #2 poses on the wooden trestle over Stasek Slough, on her way north from Tillamook to Garibaldi over the former SP line that is now known... (more)
Relecting on the 106 years since she emerged from the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Polson Logging Company Mikado #2 hauls a string of empty log bunks across the sturdy wooden trestle over Stas... (more)
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.
Conway Scenic RR ex-MEC GP7 573 opens up railfans' weekend by leading the "freight train" down the former Boston and Maine Conway Branch and negotiating the old wooden trestle at Moat Br... (more)
Crossing one of the many wooden trestles along the route, one of the Franklin Industrial Mineral's B23-7s leads a six car consist towards the interchange at Rockwood.
The Conway Scenic Valley Train is seen crossing the Moat Brook on Saturday, October 6, with CSRX GP7 573 leading the Conway-bound train.
Ex-Maine Central 573 leads the Valley Train over Moat Brook in Conway.