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  1. It was loud

    It was loud

    A westbound lumber drag grinds through Steinman, Oregon on the climb to Siskiyou Summit. October 5, 1986
  2. Highball the Interchange

    Highball the Interchange

    A Willamette Valley Railway train rolls away from the Union Pacific interchange in Woodburn, Oregon during February 1997.
  3. Short Intermodal

    Short Intermodal

    Heading west at Memaloose State Park, OR.
  4. New Paint

    New Paint

    Former Southern Pacific business cars Sunset and Stanford trail Amtrak's Coast Starlight, wearing new yellow paint for Union Pacific.
  5. Future? What future?

    Future? What future?

  6. No Juice Today

    No Juice Today

    The "PNWR" 4449 rolls down the Oregon Electric in 1995.
  7. Photogenic


    An Excursion to Astoria, Oregon prepares to stop for a photo run-by at the Blind Slough drawbridge.
  8. Right Turn at Geer

    Right Turn at Geer

    An extra West Stayton Turn rolls through Geer, OR in February 1993. By month end, this trackage would be operated by the Willamette Valley Railway.
  9. Yard Limit

    UP Portland Subdivision at Cascade Locks, OR

    Here are some trains on the Portland Subdivision of Union Pacific at Cascade Locks, OR, over the Veterans Day weekend. https://youtu.be/F1DtD23jgI0
  10. On the Ground

    On the Ground

    Re-railing the last of the cars that hit the ground.
  11. On the Ground

    On the Ground

    Re-railing the last of the cars that hit the ground.
  12. On the Ground

    On the Ground

    Re-railing the last of the cars that hit the ground.
  13. C

    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...
  14. The Big Curve

    The Big Curve

    BNSF 5286 leads a Pasco-Bakersfield train through the big curve at MP-7 of the Oregon Trunk.
  15. Working in the Rain

    Working in the Rain

    WPRR 1801 working in Eugene on a rainy afternoon.
  16. Nahalle

    Railfanning Gervais, Oregon: Coast Starlight with a Gevo, QPDRV with Boy Scout 2010

    A nice variety this afternoon of railfanning. xvCLXjq7x6M
  17. Nahalle

    Video of QDPRV-18 through Salem, OR with Boy Scout 2010 loco

    Today's "Q" has a rare and brand new SD70ACe in the lead. Usually this train is heavy on GE power. Third out in the consist is the Boy Scout Gevo #2010, heads up northern California! RP07aPKPNM8
  18. Nahalle

    Portland & Western train 664 in the snow, Oregon

    Check out my video of Portland & Western train 664 operating in Tigard, Oregon. It just so happened to be snowing a bit this day. Please rate and subscribe for the best of Willamette Valley Railfanning. XVt_s6IPPac
  19. Nahalle

    Night Railfanning Salem, Oregon 2-12-13

    I had an hour free so I headed out to a favorite night spot 5 minutes from my house to catch a few trains. xBTt2Ba7TOw
  20. Nahalle

    Northwest Railfanning Recap

    Just a small sampling of my railfanning the Pacific Northwest of Oregon and southwest Washington. 0IaA_ttbbUI

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