The blog will resume gallivanting in fifth dimension time travel soon, but for now, another set of contemporary Columbia River fotos.
A train travels the center of Main Street of aptly-named Rainier, Oregon, extending west and
I’ve never seen this line–BC Rail–out east. They move slowly enough that anyone could jump aboard, although the trip would be only a mile or so from here because this cargo is nearly at the dock, where
Astern of her is a conventional bulker . . . Cleantec, maybe loading wood chips?
Further astern is Ocean Hope, log racks up.
Here Kathryn B passes on the Oregon side of what appears to be a sawing or chipping operation.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.