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Union Pacific Railroad trains in Oregon Picture Gallery

Picture of Union Pacific train in eastern Oregon

For this series we will follow Union Pacific trackage form Portland, OR east to Huntington. The Oregon Railway & Navigation Company completed the first portion of this line between Portland and Wallula, WA in October 1882. The line was extended east from Umatilla, reaching LaGrande in June 1884 and joined the Oregon Short Line at Huntington in November 1884. In 1911 the railroad installed automatic block signals Tekoa to Spokane, WA (50 miles) and Deshutes, OR to Blalock (30 miles). That same year it ordered telephone dispatching equipment for Portland to The Dalles (90 miles). In 1916 it installed automatic block signals Hinkle to Boardman, OR on the Coyote Cutoff (20 miles) constructed in 1915.

All pictures in this series are on disks 10, 14, 15, and 16. 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.

Peninsula Junction
Dodson
Hood River
Mount Hood Railroad
Mosier
The Dalles
Pendleton
Meacham
Kamela
Motanic
Hilgard
Perry
Orodell
La Grande
Crooks
Telocaset
North Powder
Haynes
Encina
Pleasant Valley
Durkee
Weatherby
Lime
Huntington
Burns, OR

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