by Otto Vondrak
There are three former Milwaukee cars in Portland, Oregon on a siding at East Portland Jct. where the Oregon Pacific Railroad interchanges with Union Pacific. They are painted BN-ish green and white and I don't know the numbers, but they are a Valley-series Parlor car, an Olympian Hiawatha baggage-dorm and a coach that I think is from the 480-series. I don't know what they are used for but they appear to be well maintained and connected to utilities. They've been there for years.
http://myweb.msoe.edu/~westr/Pictures/M ... or%201.JPG
http://myweb.msoe.edu/~westr/Pictures/M ... rm%201.JPG
http://myweb.msoe.edu/~westr/Pictures/M ... 0Coach.JPG
The Crooked River Dinner Train on the City of Prineville Railway in central Oregon uses two former Milwaukee coaches. They are painted in Milwaukee-ish colors; appropriate since they are pulled by one of two City of Prineville former Milwaukee "GP20s" (rebuilt GP9s) in Milwaukee-ish orange and black. There is also a former baggage car painted to match that I don't think is a Milwaukee car, but its been heavily modified so I'm not sure. No photos of my own, but see http://www.trainweb.org/chris/prineville.html and http://www.brian894x4.com/CityofPrinevilleRR.html
According to http://trainweb.org/web_lurker/MILWf/ and http://trainweb.org/web_lurker/MILW/ 9 of the 10 Super Domes, 3 of the 6 Creek-series Skytops and 3 of the 4 Rapids-series Skytops still exist.