Portland and Westerns Toledo Branch Part 2 Summit to Albany DVD
Portland and Western’s Toledo Branch weaves through America’s premier timber producing lands in western Oregon. This backwoods railroad serves a Georgia Pacific paper mill in the small town of Toledo. Five days a week, trains make the seventy-five mile journey over the branch line between its namesake town and Albany in the lush Willamette Valley.
The eastbound Toledo Patch crests the summit of the Coast Range.
PNWR 2313 rolls through a natural tunnel in the woods as it approaches Blodgett.
Gliding down-grade over the 11th crossing of the Mary's River between Blodgett and Harris.
Looking through the Harris Covered Bridge at The eastbound Toledo Patch.
East of Wrens, the former turntable deck at Yaquina serves as a span over the Mary's River.
PNWR 3001 leads the train through the Oregon State University campus at Corvallis.
Trains cross the Willamette River as they enter Albany at the east end of the Toledo Branch.
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