Polson Logging #2 leads an empty log train into the Coast Range on a sunny October day.
While exploring the Oregon Coast on vacation, we stumbled upon the small town of Garibaldi. We had made a "wrong turn" into town and moments later stumbled upon the crew at the Oregon Co... (more)
This was to be a Skookum shot, but with her the eccentric problems, she didn't make it out this far. The Polson Lumber company #2 made for a nice substitute on a beautiful day along the Oregon Co... (more)
Polson Logging Co #2 leads a chartered photo freight across the 835 bridge at the mud flats near Wheeler, OR.
Morning mists rise from Smith Lake as Polson #2 chuffs smartly across the fill with empty log cars in tow.
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)
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)
1918 or 2018? Polson Logging Company's #2 Crossing the Stasek Slough just north of Tillamook Oregon. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Polson Logging Company's #2 at another rare location these days. Crossing the Nehalem River near Mohler. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay R... (more)
Polson Logging Company's #2 at the Smith Lake "reflecting pond". A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Railroad: Polson Logging CoLocomotive: Steam 2-8-2Location: Rockaway Beach, Oregon, USALocomotive #: #2Train ID: N/aPhoto Date: May 19, 2018
Polson Logging Company's #2 is back at what it was meant to do, hauling a logging train. A photo charter over the Oregon Scenic Railroad, formerly the Port of Tillamook Bay RR.
Polson #70 rolls through Clay City on its way back to Mineral. The locomotive had spent the weekend in Tacoma pulling special trips for the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad.
Polson #70 pauses on the siding in Eatonville as the sun falls behind the trees. Here the railroad will perform a crew change, and will fill the tender in preparation for the nineteen miles of mos... (more)
Polson Logging Co. #70 takes another trainload of passengers around the balloon track in Mineral on the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad. The track in the foreground is the the main track to Morton.
Polson #70 crosses the Nisqually River Bridge with the afternoon Barbeque Train on the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad.