Albany & Eastern Railroad: This railroad began operations
in the late 1990s when it took over a former BNSF Railway branch, which
was about 50 miles in length. Please visit the company's website regarding job opportunities.
City of Prineville Railway: Dating back to the early 20th
century, this short line operates about 18 miles of railroad between
Prineville and Redmond. It maintains its own website where contact information can be found.
Coos Bay Rail Link: This short line was formed in 2011 to acquire the SP's former Coos Bay Branch between Vaughn and Coquille, in danger of abandonment by CO&P. It is owned by the Port of Coos Bay and maintains its own website.
Idaho, Northern & Pacific Railroad: The IN&P is a Rio
Grande Pacific Corporation operating more than 200 miles of ex-Union
Pacific property northeastern Oregon and southwestern Idaho. Please visit the corporation's website regarding employment.
Klamath Northern Railway: This small short line dates back to 1940 and
operates just under 11 miles of railroad between Gilchrist Junction and
Gilchrist, Oregon (the property was originally a private logging line).
To contact the railroad; #1 Sawmill Road, P. O. Box 638, Gilchrist, Oregon 97737
Lake Railway: Formerly known as the Lake County Railroad this 55-mile short line is mostly timber-based running between Perez via Alturas, California and Lakeview, Oregon. The property is currently leased and operated by Frontier Rail, which can be contacted at their website about job openings.
Oregon Pacific Railroad: The Oregon Pacific Railroad dates back
to 1991 to take over the historic Portland Traction Company property
located in East Portland. The terminal railroad continues to prosper since 1991. Please visit their website for contact information.
Palouse River & Coulee City Railroad: This shortline is
another Watco property, operating more than 200 miles of unconnected
railroad in northeastern Oregon, southeastern Washington, and western
Idaho. Visit Watco's website for career information.
Peninsula Terminal Company: This terminal railroad dates back to
the early 20th century serving North Portland on just 2 miles of track. They maintain their own website where contact information is available.
Wallowa Union Railroad: This short line is owned by the local
counties of Union and Wallowa and operates 63 miles of a former Union
Pacific branch. The railroad also operates excursion trains for the
public in the spring, summer, and early fall. The company's address is believed to be: 209 East 1st Street, Wallowa, Oregon 97885.
|Albany & Eastern GP38-3 #2002 totes three boxcars through a rural grade crossing near Lyons, Oregon on June 22, 2010. The Geep began its career as Illinois Central GP38AC #9511 in 1970.|