The short 30' McCloud Caboose still sits in front of some chip cars.
Former UP? coach sits in the former McCloud yard
Silent equipment of the former McCloud Railway.
The remains of a turntable pit at Signal Butte on the McCloud Railway are somewhat deceptive. The turntable that was here was relatively small, and was only used for speeders and maintenance of w... (more)
McCloud units switch in town on a clear mountain morning.
An excursion sponsored by Great Western Tours performs a photo runby at the Signal Butte Switchback.
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.
Pacific Locomotive Associations annual winter excursion. A Roger Puta Photograph
Done with work for the day, McCloud Railway's two silver SDs back into the enginehouse.
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)
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)
An eastbound McCloud River train passes the water tank at Bartle that can be seen in the film "Stand by Me." The train is going to the Burlington Northern interchange at Lookout.