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.
Finished switching Sierra Pacific, the Berry Job begins the long trip back to McCloud.
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.
A McCloud Railway train returns from the BNSF interchange at Lookout late on a summer afternoon.
Crossing the trestle made famous by the film "Stand by Me," a McCloud River train heads for home at McCloud. The lumber loads came from the Sierra Pacific sawmill at Berry, near Burney.
A train departs McCloud for the BN interchange at Lookout.
The train to the Burlington Northern interchange makes an air test before departing McCloud.
A winter excursion on McCloud River's Lookout line plows snow.
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)
McCloud River SD38 38 rounds a curve near Bigelow in northern California. In the background, rising 9,822 ft (2,994 m) above the surrounding terrain, is 14,179 feet (4,322 m) Mount Shasta, a pote... (more)