Re: Speaking of Substations.......
Author: Ed Immel
Date: 03-11-2012 - 09:25

One of the Red Electric substations is still remaining in downtown Portland. Located at the corner of SW Jefferson and 1st Avenue, the building now houses a an eatery and several types of offices. The developer has left the traveling overhead crane in place and it can be seen through the windows on the 1st Avenue side.

There are still a number of OE and Red Electric substations in existence. Probably the most viewed is the OE substation at Tonquin which can be seen from Tri-met's "WES" commuter trains.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Speaking of Substations....... Paul Kepler 03-10-2012 - 11:48
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... JCA 03-10-2012 - 12:48
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Marty Bernard 03-10-2012 - 17:36
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Ed Immel 03-11-2012 - 09:25
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Erik H. 03-11-2012 - 20:07
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... OldPoleBurner 03-12-2012 - 10:31
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Dr Zarkoff 03-11-2012 - 11:46
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Craig Tambo 03-11-2012 - 12:57
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Al Stangenberger 03-11-2012 - 14:04
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... beverlyhelper 03-14-2012 - 19:02
  Re: Speaking of Substations....... Paul Kepler 03-14-2012 - 20:08
  Re: Baltimore Park substation .... Al Stangenberger 03-14-2012 - 23:03
  Milwaukee substation for sale ex-BN 03-14-2012 - 20:55


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