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.
The Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad, one of only seven in North America capable of steaming up four locomotives at once, put on a great show coupling all four together for runbys. Here the locomotiv... (more)
Polson #70, one of the countless Baldwin logging mikados that used to roam the woods of the Northwest, is one of a handful still operating. After an extensive, multi-year overhaul #70 returned to ... (more)
In a scene inspired by famous Northwest logging photographer, Clark Kinsey, the days train crews pose with their locomotives at the Park Junction wye. Photo taken on a Martin Hansen Photo Charter.... (more)
Polson #70 leads a special deadhead move over the Mashel River Bridge just south of Eatonville. The train is on its way to Tacoma where it will participate in Tacoma Rail's open house.
Mt Rainier Scenic Railroad's newly restored Polson Logging Co. #70 climbs the "Tacoma Eastern Gulch" in Tacoma. The MRSR train was in Tacoma for a series of excursions in conjunction with a model... (more)
Old meets new in Tacoma.
Mt Rainier Scenic Railroad's newly restored Polson Logging Co. #70 passes a Sound Transit commuter train at Freighthouse Square in Tacoma. The MRSR train was in Tacoma f... (more)
Polson Logging Company 2-8-2 #70 pulls into the Elbe, WA depot on its first day of revenue operations.
This locomotive was the subject of a nearly 10 year long restoration project at the Mt Ra... (more)