The End of an Era. Three or Portland & Western's high hood, first generation EMD power has been retired at this date. Only SD9 1852, still in Southern Pacific paint, continues to work the Oregon E... (more)
A very spooky "Grey Ghost" sits in Lake Yard on Halloween 2023.
An officer special leaves Portland's Albina Yard after spending the night.
SP 4449 is being displayed on the recently rebuilt Brooklyn Turntable. The 110 ft locomotive just barley fits on the 1924 built turntable, which overhangs the deck just slightly.
Two brand new repaints lead an intermodal train into Barnes Yard in North Portland.
One of the newish Chargers handles the Portland section of the Empire Builder. This shot was taken from the Fremont Bridge during the annual bridge pedal event.
PNWR 1801 crosses over the North Yamhill River after dropping a single boxcar at the wye. The locomotive will tie down in McMinnville after serving the last customer on the Newberg branch. The loc... (more)
BNSF 6111 sits with "Stu's Caboose", a heritage caboose that typically is found in use as a shoving platform in Seattle, in the Vancouver Yard. The pair were here for a car show event th... (more)
While two of Portland & Westerns 1st generation power has been retired, PNWR 1801 still trundles along the Newberg Branch. This could possibly be one of the last runs on the line and for the locom... (more)
Definitely the highlight of the Portland railroad community was the two former SP/SSW geeps handling the local out of Barnes Yard this year.
A scene soon to be no longer repeated, as this classic GP9 is slated for the chopping block.
Some of the forlorn equipment left on the Northwestern Pacific.
The cleanest set of UP power i've seen in years comes in the form of two North Little Rock repaints. These have the smaller flag on the nose and lack the winged shield.
Two SP relics work the Kenton Line on a warm Spring afternoon