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.
RailroadInfo.com: 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."
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.
Malletlok.de: 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)