CORP #2067 is just starting the climb past Edgewood on her way south to Weed, CA with a short 11 car train.
CORP #2067 is south bound nearing Weed, CA winding 11 cars through the valley just south of Gazelle.
CORP train tied down under Mt. Shasta on a cool fall afternoon.
A Central Oregon & Pacific local is at Weed, bound for the Union Pacific interchange at Black Butte.
The Siskiyou Line's grade through Weed, California is 3+%. On a spring afternoon, CORP's Weed Switcher totes the interchange traffic for UP up the hill.
Roaring up the 3.3% grade to Black Butte, a westbound train bisects Weed, California on the Siskiyou Line. Power for the Weed Local is parked at right.
An eastbound train on the Siskiyou Line is descending the grade into the Shasta Valley near Weed. Lead unit SP 6819 is now preserved at the California State Railroad Museum.
One of the hotter trains on the Shasta Route in the 80s was the CZLAT, which carried paper barged to Portland from a Crown Zellerbach mill in Camas, Washington. Here, a manifest has been put away... (more)
Led by a brand new Cotton Belt GP60, the Pacific Northwest Chapter NRHS's "Shasta Daylight 1990" excursion heads for Redding on the Black Butte Subdivision.
Two SP 9800s roll a manifest toward Dunsmuir on the Black Butte Subdivision of the Shasta Route.
The hottest train on the Oregon Division climbs the eastbound grade on the flanks of Mount Shasta.
A southbound lumber drag curves through the Devil's Garden lava flow on the west flank of Mount Shasta.
CORP Tunnel-Motor SD40T-2 No. 4075 waiting for another assignment with 14,179 feet high Mount Shasta looming in the back.
Helm Leasing SD40-3 No. 6058 and two CORP GP38-3 (No. 3805 and No. 3807) switching the Roseburg Lumber Mill in Weed, CA.
Although General Electric power reigns on the Shasta Route today, it was exotic once upon a time. The first freight train I ever saw on the Black Butte Subdivision that had a solid set of GEs clim... (more)