Seen here is the Weyerhaeuser extra passing over the south fork of the Toutle River on the new bridge over the river.. In May of 1980, Mt. St. Helens blew it's top and sent a massive rage of water and debris down this exact spot of the river where I stand taking this picture of the...
Weyerhaeuser Railroad is being contracted by the Columbia & Colwitz to run a train of 41 empty centerbeams (that were SRY reporting marks.) to the mill at Green Mountain Mill. They have been cutting up old Weyerhaeuser woodchip cars to make room for the cars that they are storing in all of...
The tradition of changing crews taking place!
Crews from PR-3 and Coal Extra mingle at the Valley Falls office on
Mill Street with grips, coolers and lanters - now officially the Coal Extra,
soon the Extra will be on its way to Worcester
With some of the old historic Lonsdale mill housing in view,
PRWO-X coal extra on the Providence and Worcester - northbound at
the Lonsdale Yard Limit Board at Mendon Road with 45 loads of imported coal
In a classic all GE A-B-A lash-up, the B23-7R 2215 leading B unit 3004 and B39-8E 3909 with 37 empty coal hoppers
The extra's from Worcester at the Lonsdale Yard Limits at Mendon Road
Just a tad too chilly for some of that famous Del's lemonade
B39 3908 and B30 B unit 3008, leading the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, sponsored Shoppers Special from Cumberland, Rhode Island to Putnam, Connecticut --- end of the day at the Lonsdale Yard Limit board at Mendon Road, Cumberland, Rhode Island
Extra BCR 710 North is entering Lillooet, BC with the help of a C425 812 and M630 720 on 5-12-85.
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