Tag: union pacific
With some free time one Thursday last December, 2019 I pack the camera and drive the Scion to no planned destination ending up along Main St., Springfield, Oregon. Traveling through the downtown core looking for photographic opportunities a causal glance into an open yet, fenced-in, area I observe a grand object rare to the West…
Once upon a time in the west
“Well, the roundhouse is gone…”
If It’s Not Safe, Don’t Do It!
Momentarily caught off guard by Jim’s philosophical outburst Melinda retaliates, “That sounds like good advice however, how does this apply to our current situation?”
Getaway, Part 2
West Eugene, Oregon about 435 pm, part 2. After out running the lawman Buford T. Pusser Sid and Nancy take this unused roadway down by the abandoned rail yard leaving no tracks, no trace of where they came from and where they are going to.
Bethel Drive in Eugene, Oregon has become my favorite train spotting location; it is a two lane asphalt roadway one mile in length flooded with power poles and running parallel to Union Pacific’s rail yard; on the other side of the tracks (no pun intended) civilian living. I will intentionally go out of my way…