The fog and marine layer suddenly rolled out to sea just before our 10 AM departure from the tiny yellow Garibaldi station. A ride behind a historic steam engine along Oregon’s Tillamook coast would have perfect weather.
We rambled down the tracks passing lumber yards, marinas, fishing vessels, small towns, Tillamook Bay, estuaries, and spectacular scenery. Vintage cars are pulled by a restored 1900s steam engine passing through places like Watseco and Twin Rocks, micro-towns with ocean views…
Read the full story in March 2019 in ByWAYS Magazine’s
Great American Trains issue.
Thanks for stopping by, MaryGo