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The old #90 rusts on a Garibaldi siding waiting since 1962, for us to decide what to do with her.
In 1926 the Mikado Class 2-8-2 engine was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia for the Polson Lumber Company in Hoquiam, WA. She was…

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This article gives details of the rails starting 1911 from Tillamook and Portland. The Pacifc Railway and Navigation Co. had earned an enduring if not endearing nickname. "Punk Rotten and Nasty.

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Train is approaching Batterson, Oregon on April 9, 2000. It runs thru the coastal range to Banks, and is called a Short line (96 miles)

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This photo is of the remote but spectacular Wolf Creek on a 3% grade in the Salmonberry River Canyon Tressle and leads into tunnel No. 27. Four SD9s are in charge of an eastbound lumber train in April 2005

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The Photo is of the Port of Tillamook train which haul lumber, logs, and livestock feed across one of the toughest mountain railroads in the Pacific North west.
This picture was taken out Wheeler on the Nehalem Bay looking west across to the…

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The photo was taken just out of Wheeler near Fischer Point looking back toward the bay and in the background is Neahkahnie Mountain.

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Putt-putting down to Durango on a speeder shows how the Durango and Silverton offers a narrow gauge trip of the Colorado in a new way of seeing the views. The trip runs along high cliffs, most scenic spot "High Line" north of Rockwood.

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