Willamette Valley Main Line UPs Brooklyn Sub DVD
In the heart of Western Oregon, a former Southern Pacific main line traverses a long, fertile valley surrounded by the Cascade Mountains and Coast Range. Described in the 1820’s as a land of “flowing milk and honey” the Willamette Valley stretches for 150 miles between the cities of Eugene and Portland. The abundant small towns, farms and factories are fastened together by a network of rails feeding an important segment of the I-5 Corridor known as the Brooklyn Sub.
An early morning Los Angeles to Tacoma Z train enters Eugene.
Coos Bay Rail Line powered by MP15's and a GMD-1 brings loads to Eugene for the Union Pacific.
A southbound manifest rolls through the Valley between Tangent and Shedd.
Portland & Western's American Turn paralells the UP north of Junction City.
A southbound Z train sprints through Marion on a rainy afternoon.
Train Z LATM heads through fertile farm country between Brooks and Gervais.
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