Returning from the BNSF interchange at Lookout, a McCloud train rolls west into the late afternoon sun.
McCloud Railway's weekly train to the BNSF interchange heads east in August 2001. At Bartle, the train will take a left and proceed out the line to Lookout. Even though the end of operation east o... (more)
The train to the BNSF interchange is west of Bartle at the top of Algomah Hill. By 2001, the bitter brush was starting to take over the McCloud Railway's right-of-way.
McCloud Railway's Hill Job is backing down the grade into McCloud on a hot August afternoon. The decrepit water tank at Hooper foretold the future of the railroad.
Done with work for the day, McCloud Railway's two silver SDs back into the enginehouse.
McCloud Railway's 'Hill Job' is nearing the UP interchange in Mount Shasta.
McCloud Railway's "Hill Job" has arrived at the Signal Butte switchback. It has empty cars from Union Pacific at Mount Shasta City. Once the train is clear of the turnout, the conductor ... (more)
A McCloud Railway train backs toward the interchange with Union Pacific. In a year and a half, the railroad will run its last freight train. Black Butte looms in the distance.
The McCloud Railway's Hill Job is proceeding down the tail track of the Signal Butte switchback. Once the caboose clears the switch, the train will reverse direction and begin backing toward the U... (more)
A McCloud Railway train returns from the BNSF interchange at Lookout late on a summer afternoon.
A trainload of fans enjoys an excursion on the McCloud Railway in spring 2003.
The NRHS convention train has just arrived at Mount Shasta. It will be switched into two sections for the trip to McCloud.
A McCloud Railway 'Hill Job' climbs the grade to the switchback at Signal Butte. Rails in the shadow of Mt. Shasta were looking good.
McCloud Railway's once a week train to the BNSF interchange at Lookout rolls through Bartle, California. The "Stand by Me" water tank is about a hundred yards or so ahead. Mount Shasta l... (more)
Backing toward the UP interchange, a train of forest products rolls though the s-curves at Big Canyon on the McCloud Railway.