A radio on a Shay? COOL!.........West Side Lumber not W&P......
The Willamette & Pacific yard crew is setting up the day's train to Toledo. After they add the caboose to the rear, the power will be added to the head end of the train.
The morning fog is burning off as Willamette & Pacific's westbound Eugene Hauler exits Hallawell siding on the south side of Albany, Oregon. The train will run on Southern Pacific's Brooklyn Subdi... (more)
Rolling along at an easy 10 MPH, SP 4449 (relettered for Willamette & Pacific) is westbound at Amity, Oregon on WPRR's West Side District.
Power for Willamette & Pacific's Eugene Hauler crosses over Burlington Northern's former Oregon Electric. Today, both lines are united under the Portland & Western banner.
During February 1996, several Southern Pacific trains were detoured on Willamette & Pacific due to flooding on SP's mainline. One of the detours passes an ancient wigwag on WPRR in Amity, on the o... (more)
Fresh from painting at the Brooklyn Roundhouse, WPRR 1801 crests Rex Hill, SP's unknown summit.
Not long after Willamette & Pacific's GP39 fleet arrived, four former Santa Fe units draw a crowd at Newberg.
Relettered for a public relations tour, SP 4449 heads west on Willamette & Pacific's West Side District.
The Toledo Hauler has arrived at its namesake, and the rear brakeman is preparing to line back the mainline switch. A few weeks later automated dragging equipment detectors were activated, and the... (more)
The group riding the first run of Willamette & Pacific's black widow GP9 poses for a photo during a stop at Newberg.
Relettered for a PR tour of the Willamette & Pacific and Portland & Western railroads, the SP 4449 eases down WPRR's Westside District at an easy 10 MPH.
Portland & Western's OE Switcher enters the former Southern Pacific Tillamook Branch at St. Marys, exiting former Burlington Northern trackage. The CTC system between St. Marys and Greton had rec... (more)
The Corvallis Local rolls down the lower Westside District along the Finley National Wildlife Refuge. This trackage is now abandoned.
Portland & Western's OE Switcher crosses SW Millikan way in Beaverton, on a spur that was used to service a GM parts distribution center. Both the GM facility and the spur are now gone.