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Imagine yourself traveling through some of the tallest trees in North America where the sky is as blue as the sea and the contrasting green trees cast a dark shadow. Come take a trip in a BIG RIG WITH Indiana Jack to the beautiful state of OREGON!
A beautiful "winged" nose C44-9W leads a military transport train from southern California headed back to Fort Lewis in Washington state. In the background can be heard a horn from a Portland & Western train less than a mile away. * Subscribe!!! for the best in Oregon Railfanning...always in HD. * Produced by Optical Chocolate: http://neilybob.jimdo.com * Rail Based Beauty: http://www.flickr.com/photos/62196850@N08/ * Trainspo Gallery: http://trainspo.com/neilybob/gallery/ * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Oregonrailfan * Railroad Forums Gallery: http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/member.php?uid=5226&protype=1
$5M transportation bill passes Oregon House
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The amount of traffic any given day around cities is unreal, I can't imagine the fossil fuel being used and the carbon being added to the atmosphere.
Here is the Central Oregon & Pacific train that runs from Glendale to Dillard in the early mornings. Particularly late this morning. This was between Myrtle Creek and Dillard almost back to Dillard where it will combine with the other trains from night operations to make one big train to head north for Winchester yard. For more awesome railroad footage please like or subscribe and enjoy!
Oregon lawmakers pass transportation plan
What looks like a mechanized infantry unit transporting back to Ft Lewis from Ft Irwin (my guess). Traveling by rail through the east side of downtown Portland Oregon. Here we see the Humvees in a few configurations, transport trucks, and plenty of Stryker APCs.
A military transport train moving south down the Willamette valley for training exercises in California. Quite a few of these trains moved back and forth in the late spring. Power for the train is a trio of AC44CW's, 6788, 6745 and 7287.
Christmas Tree harvesting at Noble Mountain Christmas Tree Farm in Oregon. Pilot Dan Clark flying a Northwest Helicopters, LLC 206B3 Jetranger November of 2008. Oregon is the nation's biggest producer and exporter of Christmas trees, selling about 7.3 million trees a year, more than twice that of No. 2 North Carolina. The largest Christmas tree producer in the state is Holiday Tree Farms of Corvallis, shipping about 1 million trees a year. Manager Dave Silen says a shift toward more family gatherings this year could help sales. The holiday trees represent a $101 million industry in Oregon. http://www.thenorthwestreport.com/less-travel-could-boost-oregon-christmas-tree-sales/ Christmas christmas tree harvest oregon helicopter december dispose lights "christmas lights" decorations...
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