In the shadow of Mount Shasta, an eastbound arrives at Grass Lake. The summit of the Southern Cascades is a couple of miles ahead.
On a balmy January afternoon, a lumber drag heads west on the Shasta Route.
Five Super Fleet units are in charge of the 199 train as it begins the descent into the San Joaquin Valley.
A westbound Espee lumber drag slows to add a helper at Midland, a few miles out of Klamath Falls.
A Z train heads east through the Nevada desert on the former Western Pacific.
Central Oregon & Pacific's train from Eugene arrives at Cordes siding, on the north end of the Coos Bay Drawbridge.
A westbound Union Pacific manifest highballs Gerlach, Nevada after making a pickup from the interchange with US Gypsum's industrial railroad.
An eastbound Union Pacific officer special descends the east side of Antelope Hill in spring 1989.
Klamath Northern heads for the Southern Pacific interchange on a hot summer morning.
The northbound Coast Starlight passes a Union Pacific freight at Grass Lake. Next stop: Klamath Falls, where the smokers will sprint for the platform.
A northbound Burlington Northern train is entering home rail at Chemult, after a trip from Klamath Falls on Southern Pacific. The old station was bulldozed not long after this photo.
Working local industries in the Klamath Basin on the Modoc Line, the Copic Local arrives at Tulelake.
After turning on the wye at Willits Yard, California Western's passenger train returns to the depot. The consist of the North Coast Daylight is parked in the background.
One of the first Swift RoadRailer trains operated by BNSF rolls south on the Union Pacific Cascade Subdivision. The train is using trackage rights originally granted to Great Northern. Due to brak... (more)
A salvage train operated by Southern Pacific rolls on the abandoned Oregon, California & Eastern Railway.