Sometimes it's tough to find a sunny day in Oregon, but there are plenty of bright days in the selection of photographs in this book. Expect to see Oregon in the winter, too!
The Southern Pacific basically began in Portland with its main line extending south through the heart of the Willamette valley to Eugene. This and the extensive network of branch lines are featured in this all-color look beginning in the late 1960s.
Valley Mainline, Portland to Eugene, pp. 4-34;
Eastside Branch lines, Valley to the Cascade Foothills, pp. 35-43;
Westside Branch lines, Valley to the Coast Range, pp. 44-54;
Tillamook Branch, Hillsboro to Tillamook, pp. 55-71;
Toledo Branch, Albany to Toledo, pp. 72-79;
Cascade Mainline, pp. 80-117;
Siskiyou Line, Springfield Jct. to Black Butte, pp. 118-120;
Elsewhere, Klamath Falls and Beyond, pp. 121-128.
Morning Sun Books, hardcover with jacket, 128 pages, standard portrait book 8 x 10 in., Color photographs with captions.