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...
WTCX #312 is leading the #309 and 3 SW-type switchers on the westbound on the loaded train from Green Mountain Mill. Just east of the Longview Mill is a repair facility that does work on misc. freight cars.. I had just rode the Woods train from Headquarters to this spot before they whistled...
Former SP unit, now renumbered UP 6311 with nose lettering repainted, pulls an eastbound coal load at downgrade at Blue Mountain Crossing, CO, just east of Tunnel 1 between Plainview and Clay on January 10, 2004. Mid train power is seen above the former SP unit.
This is "Mountain Thunder", on the turntable at Frostburg, Maryland. This is the turn-around point for the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, out of Cumberland, Maryland (USA). This photo was taken on October 20, 2002.
This is "Mountain Thunder", the beautiful old steamer of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, in Cumberland, Maryland (USA). This photo was taken on October 20, 2002.
Category: Tourist Railways - Steam Locomotives
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