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    Missed the Train! CORP Crew at work

    I really do miss trains. 6 years ago, I moved here to Southern Oregon and settled 500 yards from a double track. O frabjous day! BUT - I soon discovered that that is an old, seldom used freight track meant for the fall harvests around here. Once a month or so, a CORP crew swaps out a propane...
  2. Steve's down-under train shots

    Steve's down-under train shots

    Tripple 90 class GT46CWM thumpers attempt to depart Kerrabee crossing loop in the Hunter Valley region of NSW with a coalie from Ulan mine. I had waited for a good hour while the crew made numerous attempts to resolve the middle unit shut downs faults. Now Pacific National, there are 35 units of...
  3. Lionhead logo

    Lionhead logo

    The Washington Corp.'s "lionhead" logo is clearly visible on a MRL SD45 at Garrison.
  4. PNWR #3604

    PNWR #3604

    Here is the trailing locomotive on the Harbor Turn like the #2308.
  5. PNWR #2308 at Banks, Oregon

    PNWR #2308 at Banks, Oregon

    PNWR #2308 now leads the Harbor Turn after running around it's train at Banks, Ore. The Harbor is bringing export logs to Rainier, Ore from the Central Oregon & Pacific. He has 6 loaded centerbeams for BNSF at Willbridge yard. The former Wilamette & Pacific had intentions of...
  6. It Takes Two to Talgo

    It Takes Two to Talgo

    A demonstration train for Oregon DOT splits a pair of semaphore signals on CORP's Siskiyou Line near Ashland, OR.
  7. CORP #3823

    CORP #3823

    Central Oregon & Pacific #3823 is switching out the siding at Creswell, Oregon on the Roseburg Subdivision.
  8. 5699South

    5699South

    4 AC4400's are working up the short climb between Oakland and Sutherlin, OR on July 12th headed for Roseburg.
  9. CORP 4001 West at Veneta

    CORP 4001 West at Veneta

    Westbound CORP GP40 #4001 with the Coos Bay Hauler between Eugene and Veneta, Oregon. Note the kids on top of the bridge.
  10. Burning the coal

    Burning the coal

    Ha, got you there, not a puffer billy after all. Nope, the coalie I am working is not headed into Wallerawang power station. LS17 is about to propel into A & B siding at Lidsdale to load coal. The coal burnt in Wang power house dosen't even come by train. Instead, it arrives via a massive...



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