Pacific RailNews
April 1962 Edition

Magazine Summary

The start of the 1962 logging season began with the whistle of Shay #33.

Railroad Camp at Axford Prairie preps for their “open house.” Railfans were ecstatic about the attractions available at this grand opening.

Portland Traction is to be taken over, learn more about who and when.

The Sausalito Branch of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad cannot be abandoned, says the I.C.C.

Weyerhaeuser Company, which has operated more than 20 separate log-hauling railroads in the Pacific Northwest since 1903, has announced the retirement of its last active steamer.

Get the details of the Seattle Monorail; length, terminals, fares, and more.

Reviving a section along the long abandoned Ocean Shore Railroad; which section and when will it begin?

Railroad logging in the Pine country near Klamath Falls, Oregon has died, after eight decades of railing logs.