Links to other sites

Black Hills Central Railroad.  Hill City, SD.  Tourist railway, and home of Rayonier #110 (operational).

Niles Canyon Railway:  Sunol, California.  Tourist railway and museum operated by the Pacific Locomotive Association, owners of Clover Valley #4.

Northwest Railway Museum:  Snoqualmie, Washington.  Home of three Baldwin logging Mallets: US Plywood #11, Weyerhaeuser #6, and Weyerhaeuser #108.

San Diego Railroad Museum:  Campo, CA.  Home of Rayonier #111   

Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad:  Elbe, WA.  Tourist railroad with five operational Northwest logging locomotives.  Also the current home of "Skookum."

Arizona Historical Society / Northern Arizona Division, Pioneer Museum:  Flagstaff, AZ.  Home of Southwest Lumber Mills #12.  Railroad news, links, photos and information.

The Information Train Station Railroad Links Directory:  Railroad links directory featuring over 2,500 websites.

Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum:  Townsend, TN.  Information and photographs relating to the history of the Little River Railroad.

Steam Locomotive dot Com: Wes Barris' massive site.  Includes a listing of surviving steam locomotives in North America, information on a great variety of locomotive types, regional tours of railroad museums, and much more.

Washington State Steam Railroads and Locomotives: Brian Fritz's page with photographs and information on preserved steam in Washington.  Locomotives in other states are covered as well.

Narrow Gauge From Off the Beaten Path:  Bruce Pryor's page featuring builder's photographs of American locomotives built for export.  Includes several interesting narrow-gauge 2-6-6-2s.

Greg Scholl Video Productions:  Publishers of many steam videos, including "Rayonier:  The Last Steam Logger."

Golden Rail Video:  Publishers of several videos, including "Steam Up at Mt. Rainier."

Geared Steam Locomotive Works:  David Thomas' site.  An excellent resource for information and pictures of Shays, Heislers, Climaxes, and the many other varieties of North American geared locomotives.  Olaf Haensch's page about Mallets in Germany and other countries.  Homepage of the Mallets on the Harzer Schmalspurbahnen.  Information about construction, the inventor Anatole Mallet, and much more.  (German only)


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