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The railroad stations of Oregon

Lewis L. McArthur

The railroad stations of Oregon

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Published by Oregon Historical Society Press in [Portland, OR] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oregon.
    • Subjects:
    • Railroad stations -- Oregon.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLewis L. McArthur and Cynthia B. Gardiner.
      ContributionsGardiner, Cynthia B.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTF302.O7 M33 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination137 p. :
      Number of Pages137
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL983567M
      ISBN 100875952615
      LC Control Number96021275
      OCLC/WorldCa34894365

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Find more information about: ISBN: However, few would think first of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Nonetheless, between andan extensive narrow-gauge railroad developed in Oregon" one that had aspirations of crossing the Cascade Mountains and connecting with the Central Pacific Railroad, thus giving Oregon its first access to the transcontinental railroad : Ed Austin.

Surviving Oregon Railroad Stations Albany: The passenger and freight railroad stations built by the Southern Pacific here remain, the former restored and used as an Amtrak stop. Ashland: The passenger railroad station built by the SP here remains, used as a Size: 15KB.

Railway Stations in Oregon [LLC, Books] on *FREE* shipping on eligible orders. Railway Stations in OregonAuthor: Books LLC. Dick Roth, a historian of the Union/Hot Lake area, has now released the second edition of his book The Central Railroad of Oregon.

Information on the book and how to order a copy can be found at this link. Locomotive roster Stations West, The Story of the Oregon Railways by Edwin D.

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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Lewis L. McArthur, Cynthia B. Gardiner. In his book, "Logging Railroads Of The West" published inKramer Adams highlighted many of Oregon's operations.

This effort required an extraordinary amount of time and effort since, as the author notes, many companies never bothered to leave a paper trail of their operations. The Nevada–California–Oregon Railroad built classic brick depots in Reno and Lakeview. A smaller stone masonry station was constructed in Alturas.

All three passenger depots still exist, and are listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places along with the locomotive house and machine shop in Reno. The N-C-O railway office in Alturas and the depot at Lakeview are examples.

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The Oregon Electric Railway (OE) was an interurban railroad line in the U.S. state of Oregon that linked Portland to e from Portland to Salem began in January The Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway purchased the system inand extended service to Eugene in Regular passenger service in the Willamette Valley ended in May Freight operations continued and.

The Oregonian Railway was a 3 ft ( mm) narrow gauge railroad in the Willamette Valley in the U.S. state of Oregon. History. A group of Scot capitalists formed the Oregonian Railway Company, Limited after purchasing the bankrupt Dayton, Sheridan and Grande Ronde Railroad in The first changes made were to move the Dayton terminal, on the Yamhill River, to Fulquartz Landing on the.

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Created Date. The book follows a year-old slave named Cora who has escaped from a Georgia plantation and must make her way north to freedom. Along the way, the train. - The Oregon Portage Railroad is completed and begins operations on May 20 under the control of the OSNC. The company initially uses a mule for motive power, like the Cascades Railroad.

- The "Oregon Pony” enters service on the Oregon Portage Railroad on becoming the first steam locomotive to operate in the Pacific Northwest. In earlyDick Roth released his book The Central Railroad of Oregon, documenting the life and times of the named railroad and its releasing the book, Dick has accumulated additional photographs and other materials, which he has incorporated into 25 extra pages in a second edition, now available.

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Byron J. Pengra, the Surveyor General of Oregon from tosecured a federal land grant in for the Oregon Central Military Wagon Road from Eugene to Owyhee, and proposed a railroad along this line, then joining the transcontinental railroad near Winnemucca, incorporated a company in but failed due to lack of financial support.

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Directions. Straddling bluffs at the falls of the Willamette River, Oregon City was laid out in Book. Oregon's first railroads date back to when the small 5-mile Oregon Portage Railroad took over for mules hauling goods between Tanner Creek to the head of the Cascade Rapids (the railroad had dated as far back as using horse and mule power).

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This railside ruin is the remnants of the Pirtle Transfer Station — one of the few remaining artifacts of the Oregon Electric railroad, a plush, progressive transportation project put together in the early s with an eye toward stitching together the cities and towns of.

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The Oregon Electric Railway (reporting marks, OER), also known as The Willamette Route, grew into one of the largest interurbans ever operated stretching from Portland to Eugene on a system that covered well over the OE could even complete its main line it was acquired by the James J.

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