Most of the photos are from the clubs promo tape for the 1994 NMRA convention, although a few of them are snapshot I took.
Avery: This is the junction between the mainline and the Oregon Trunk.
The large bridge is a model of the Crooked River Bridge on the Oregon Trunk
in central Oregon
Another view of Avery.
Goshawful Gulch: So named by Olaf Bockel after placing the 80-100 rock
castings in place. In the foreground is the mainline, and behind that is the
logging division. A shay is returning from Head-Quarters Camp with a supply
Hood River: This is the junction with the logging line. The city of Hood River
is in the foreground on the right. In the distance on
the left is part of the mill complex.
View down the operators tower, towards the logging division.
View of a log train crossing the trestle on the way to down to the mill at Hood River.
Another view of the same log train crossing the trestle on the way to down to the mill at Hood River.
Note: the two Avery Pictures have been edited to insert the sky.
All Photos (c) 1995 Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club