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Oregon Pacific and Eastern steam engine No. 19 at Walden

Oregon Pacific and Eastern steam engine No. 19 at Walden

From 1972 through 1987, the Oregon Pacific and Eastern offered train rides behind steam. The first train of the day is at Walden on August 8, 1981. Engine 19 is a Baldwin built in 1915 for the Caddo & Choctaw Railroad and after the Oregon Pacific and Eastern shut down went to the Yreka Western in 1988.

Oregon Pacific and Eastern steam engine No. 19 near Currin Bridge

A few minutes later the train is near Currin Bridge. Disk 23