Shasta Cascade Rail preservation Society (SCRPS), formed
as a 501(c)3 Non-Profit, Educational, Public Benefit
Corporation, is a group of upper Sacramento Valley
residents dedicated to the restoration, preservation &
operation of all aspects of historical railroad
equipment, especially as it pertains to the rich logging
and mining railroad heritage of the Northern California
area. The organization is planning for what will
be the largest railroad museum north of Sacramento.
goal is the preserve the heritage of Northern
California's railroad, logging, and mining industries.
This history is in jeopardy of being lost forever to the
youth of our next generation. We need your
financial and volunteer support to save these historical
are proud to have the McCloud Railroad caboose #21,
built in July of 1937, the 1890 D & R #12 coach car used
in the "Jessie James" movie in the 1930's, and the 1923
flat car converted to McCloud Lumber Co. #50A "woods"
caboose from the 1940's. Several historical railcars and
other donations have been given from various groups and
society is looking for new members, corporate sponsors
and all type of donations. We are in need of finances,
any old rail equipment, a used semi-trailer, a fork
lift, a trailer-mounted boom hoist, air compressors, and
people with various skills and knowledge of existing old
IS CURRENTLY UNDER RECONSTRUCTION.
APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE REBUILD. CHECK BACK
SOON FOR MORE INFORMATION.