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Baldwin Logging Mikado #90 - 2

Posted by
Eric Cousineau (Sherwood Park, Canada) on 23 August 2010 in Transportation and Portfolio.

This Baldwin logging Mikado was built in 1926 for the Polson Logging Company of Hoquiam, WA as their #90. #90 continued to operate out of Railroad Camp after Polson became Rayonier Incorporated in 1945 and was retired in the early 1960s. #90 was then sold to the Oregon Memorial Steam Train Association in 1963 and moved to Lumberman's Park in Garibaldi for display. A local group is considering restoring #90.

PENTAX K200D 1/60 second F/4.5 ISO 100 75 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Mhelene from Paris, France

Super with the mountains in background .

23 Aug 2010 5:20am

@Mhelene: Thank you very much Mhelene! ;-)

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Sweet locomotive. There are so many great old train routes still preserved. I've visited a few in Colorado and New Mexico. This looks great. I hope they restore it.

23 Aug 2010 5:48am

@Bettina: Thank you Bettina! Yes, I hope they restore it also...... ;-)

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

simply stunning~~ good job Eric:)

23 Aug 2010 6:16am

@kate: Thank you very much Kate! ;-)

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Nice shot ;)

23 Aug 2010 6:23am

@DowsherVision: Thank you DowsherVision! ;-)

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Great shot, Eric. It will be nice to see the restored version :).

23 Aug 2010 8:56am

@Sarito: Thank you Sarito! I agree; but that may be a few years in the making..... ;-)

Phil from Sausset les Pins, France

Superb machine in a great place, Phil.

23 Aug 2010 9:07am

@Phil: Thank you very much Phil! ;-)

Paco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

I fsntastic vintage engine, I love them

23 Aug 2010 9:40am

@Paco Díaz: Thank you very much Paco! I love them also..... ;-)

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

A very good idea to restore it! I saw some such things done in different parts of the world with such old steam locomotives and even whole trains! (But why MIKADO?)

23 Aug 2010 10:09am

@Japanalia: Thank you very much Gabriela! Not sure why the choice of names..... ;-)

mo.langel from Courtelary, Switzerland

Une belle et ancienne locomotive!

23 Aug 2010 10:09am

@mo.langel: Merci beaucoup Mo! ;-)

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Cool image . Now I know what was that on previous shot ;)

23 Aug 2010 11:53am

@MARIANA: Thank you very much Mariana! ;-)

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Cheers for the dynamism of this shot

23 Aug 2010 2:05pm

@Calusarus: Thank you very much Fred! ;-)

Terral from Ponoka, Alberta, Canada

I love the US flags in front of the train.

23 Aug 2010 2:30pm

@Terral: Thank you Terral! The shot was taken in the week prior to th 4th of July holiday so everything was being gussied up for the party.... ;-)

Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Eric Superb machine! Steam engines are all wonderful. The prefer high-speed trains now. Although it is well said! They are much more romantic! Best regards, Adela.

23 Aug 2010 4:32pm

@Fonts: Thank you Adela! Yes, the old steam locomotives were a much more romantic means of transportation. Today they have removed the enjoyment from travel in the interest of speed..... ;-)

Judy aka Ladybug from Brooksville, Florida, United States

A beautiful old steam engine, Eric ... and we're closer yet to that ride. ;D

23 Aug 2010 5:54pm

@Judy aka Ladybug: Thank you very much Judy! ;-))

Sunder from Chennai, India

Thanks, Eric for sharing this picture of the engine..
I LOVE railway engines....Keep them pictures coming...

23 Aug 2010 6:53pm

@Sunder: Thank you very much Sunder! Glad you are enjoying the series.... ;-)

Markela from Athens, Greece

I love those old steam engines.....They carry so much history....Nice image, Eric! Thanks for sharing and for providing the info!

23 Aug 2010 7:12pm

@Markela: Thank you very much Markela! Glad you are enjoying the series.... ;-)

Graham Russon from Cape Town, South Africa

Great shot, composition is spot on.

23 Aug 2010 7:17pm

@Graham Russon: Thank you very much Graham! ;-)

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

I like photos of old locomotives.

23 Aug 2010 9:28pm

@Viewfinder: Thank you Graham! I do too..... ;-)

Mohsen from Tehran, Iran

NIce subject

23 Aug 2010 9:29pm

@Mohsen: Thank you very much Mohsen! ;-)

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

Great composition and so interesting! Wonderful color and light! Love this vintage shot from the past!

23 Aug 2010 10:38pm

@Wild Mustang Photography: THank you very much Pam! ;-)

Dutçh from Chicagoland, United States

Trains rock! This might very well be one good in sepia too!

24 Aug 2010 1:46am

@Dutçh: Thank you very much Kristen! ;-)

Satvik from Columbus, United States

That's a nice picture of the steam engine. I like the hills in the background, looking forward to other pics in this series :)

24 Aug 2010 2:32am

@Satvik: Thank you very much Satvik! ;-)

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

A classic. Very nice.

24 Aug 2010 2:44am

@B. Thomas: Thank you Barbara! ;-)

PATRICK from miramas, France

wow splendid 5******

24 Aug 2010 5:54am

@PATRICK: Thank you very much Patrick! You are very kind! ;-)

El pare from Prepirineu, Andorra

Old steam locomotives have great charm. Well done, Eric.

24 Aug 2010 4:10pm

@El pare: Thank you Manel! Yes, they surely do..... ;-)

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

Love trains...very nice capture...

24 Aug 2010 4:57pm

@StarCosmosBleu: Thank you Marcel! Yes, they have their special charm....... ;-)

Bhavin from Mississauga, Canada

God I love trains and anyone who takes a picture of one gets an A+ from me. I do hope this train was restored.

8 May 2011 8:51pm

@Bhavin: Thank you very much Bhavin! It has not been completed yet but the society is raising funds to accomplish the task..... ;-)

1/60 second
ISO 100
75 mm (35mm equiv.)