The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is being nudged on to the ramp leading to the trailer that will take it to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California. This unique earl... (more)
The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is gently being pushed up a ramp an on to a trailer for its road trip to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California.
Dateline Tillamook Oregon…. The Columbia River Belt Line Railway #7, aka The Skookum, is all packed up and ready for its road trip to The Niles Canyon Railway in Sunol California.
On a beautiful Spring morning, "Skookum", a 2-4-4-2 Mallet Baldwin steam locomotive built in 1909, is pulling a string of empty log-carrying wagons along Nehalem Bay, at the mouth of the... (more)
On a foggy morning at Smith Lake, 2-4-4-2 Baldwin steam locomotive from 1909 called "Skookum" is pulling a string of empty log-carrying wagons to Salmonberry, OR.
SKOOKUM, one of the most unique American steam locomotives gracing the rails of the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad
This is a rather unique locomotive. By design, an earlier unsaturated mallet logging steam engine. But really what makes it unique is it’s story. Built in 1909 for a Tennessee logging railroad,... (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)
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)
On Chüemad, between Planalp and the Oberstaffel crossing station, coal fired cogwheel steamlocomotive H 2/3 # 7 (built in 1936 by SLM) is shoving cars B # 26 and B # 16 up the 25.0 % grade.
Cogwheel steamlocomotive H 2/3 # 7 of the Brienz Rothorn Bahn coming down the mountain with train # 14 above Brienz. The cars are B # 26 and B # 16, both built in 1933.