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For this series we will follow Southern Pacific's Cascade Line in eastern Oregon form near Klamath Falls north and west to Albany. Oregon shipped out almost nine million tons of lumber and over two million tons of pulp and paper products via the railroads in 2005. This is way down from the peak years after World War II when most of the West was in a building boom. The SP hauled the vast majority of this lumber south to California and Arizona. While the GN and WP ran two or three trains south through Klamath Falls, the SP was running ten to twelve trains a day in the 60s. Unfortunately, business is much slower these days.
All pictures in this series are on disks 20, 21, and 23. You can purchase a disk and printout any of the pictures for your own use to dress up your train room or add color to a house that just cries out for more train pictures.