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Sept. 11, 2020, UPDATE
Train Mountain is no longer under evacuation orders.

The Train Mountain south side is now again open to Members provided they follow the Government's Covid 19 requirements.

The North Side remains closed to Members until the fire suppression and mop-up activities are completed, and the Fire Services release the area.

Current information is that the fire burned on the north side of a road running from the Dobbs property toward Schubert Junction. Yesterday, two spot fires, totalling 3 acres, occurred south of that road near Witcombe. There is significant damage to both the landscape and track north of that road. The buildings at Crane Siding survived.

As can be seen on the web cams, Central Station is fine at this time.


From: Jerry Crane, President,
Train Mountain Institute

Reopening Train Mountain Site Phase Two

Klamath County has received permission from the State of Oregon to start reopening from the lock down order under the States' Phase Two Reopening Plan.

In accordance, Train Mountain will start allowing access to the TM site in accordance with the State's plan and our need to protect our employees and volunteers.

We will not be opening the museum to the public at this time. The TM site will be open to members and Harvest Host guests only at this time. The state's Phase Two plan does allow opening of museums with very restrictive rules. Our museum will remain closed until we can develop a plan that protects our volunteers and is agreed to by our museum workers.

Starting on June 5, 2020 all members may enter the TM site to do volunteer work and/or to run their trains. Overnight stays will be allowed. The members must follow all social distancing rules. The members are encouraged not to enter any buildings except those where they are performing specific volunteer work. The only bath room facilities that will be open at this time will be the restrooms on the east side of the Central Station.

If you are a member that is planning on coming to TM, please call the office to receive the new gate code.

Approved by: Train Mountain Board of Directors Jerry Crane, President BoD
June 5, 2020

Due to Covid-19 requirements and staffing
issues, TRAIN MOUNTAIN is presently only open to MEMBERS.


To learn if current conditions will allow us
to make your reservation, please call the OFFICE at 541-783-3030.
Office hours are Monday through Friday
from 9 am to 3 pm Pacific Time Zone.

You may contact Joyce at the Office
or 541-783-3030

The 2021 Polar Bear Meet begins
 Pacific Time USA

2021 Train Mountain Train Meet Schedule
  Polar Bear Train Meet Spring Awakening Train Meet Narrow Gauge Train Meet Operations Train Meet August Train Meet Big Build Train Meet Fall Colors Train Meet
Work Week none 5/1 to 5/6 5/22 to 5/27 6/19 to 6/23 7/24 to 7/29 9/4 to 9/9 none
Meet 1/15 to 1/18 5/7 to 5/9 5/28 to 5/30 6/24 to 6/27 7/30 to 8/1 9/10 to 9/12 10/8 to 10/12

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Try playing with the Interactive maps below.




Slide Show


South Side Map


North Side Map 1


North Side Map 2

4 Steamers 6-Acre Aerial 1 Aerial 2 Aerial 3 Aerial 4 Aerial 5 Aerial 6 Backshop Blue Mountain Coal Blue Caboose RV area Bridges Burn Pit Central Station Containerville Colton Crisp Yard Daffodil Hill Deadwood Freihube Fuel Yard G-Ville Hairpin Intersection Isom Klamath and Western Railroad Klamath and Western Yard Klamath and Western Turntable Little Falls Lillyville Long Tunnel 1 Long Tunnel 2 Logging Equipment Main Entrance Main Yard Main Yard 2 Motor Pool over-under Pacific Car Phillips Red Ant Rio Grande Rio Grande Tunnel Rotary Saanich Sawmill South Meadow South Meadow 1 South Meadow 2 South Meadow 3 South Meadow Loop 1 South Meadow Loop 2 South Portal South Portal 2 Control Tower Timber Tunnel 1 Timber Tunnel 2 Trailer Parking Turntable Vendor Barn Vitz Yard Youngstown Youngstown 2
Brooks Beauchamp Siding Dam 2 Dam 3 Dam 3.5 Dam 4 Douglas Meadow Douglas Siding Elizabeth Siding Farmersville Helena Siding M&M Shepherd South Portal Vertel Junction Aspen Loop Caboose Ridge Canada Logging Camp North Portal Views Witcombe
Cooper End of Track North Burn Pit View of Mt. Shasta - 82 miles away Ward Big Cut Coyote Crane Hope Schubert Steiger Butte Panzik

Interactive Maps
Click on Map Thumbnail above to expand fo full size map.
There are multiple images at the BLUE DOTS and a single image at each RED DOT.
When you CLICK on a DOT, this brings up an IMAGE. There is a CONTROL BAR at the bottom center. From the CONTROL BAR, you may step through the IMAGES by clicking or you may choose to play a slide show by CLICKING the PLAY BUTTON.

Please have patience as the north area Interactive Maps and Images are developed. Many of the images are of construction. Current images will be added as time permits.