Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad

Album Description: Ride the logger! The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad takes you on a ride through history aboard a genuine shay geared steam locomotive through the beautiful Sierra National Forest in California. Our one hour narrated excursion travels a four mile round trip and includes a stopover to enjoy the beautiful scenery and watch the locomotive crew service the engine. Daily steam trains operate seasonally April through October. "Moonlight Special" BBQ dinner trains run during the summer months on Wednesdays and Saturdays in June, July, August, and just on Saturdays in September. For a complete schedule and book your reservation, visit our website at yosemitesteamtrains.com.

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A beautiful snow covered hillside along the tracks of the railroad. At 5000 feet of elevation, we will see some snow!
A group of students prepare to board the train.
Steak and Chicken is being cooked to perfection on our grill for our guests of the Moonlight Special.
Here is a great view of both steam locomotives double-heading.
Located onsite is the Thornberry Museum, housed in a late 1800s cabin that gives a glance of logging camp life at the turn of the century.
For a different ride experience, guests can ride aboard one of our 1928 Ford Model "A" Jenny railcars. These railcars were used by the loggers to...
The Sierra National Forest is an excellent backdrop along the right-of-way of the railroad.
Our picnic area is ready to welcome our guests for the Moonlight Special.
Purchase your tickets here for your narrated ride through the Sierra National Forest.
There is GOLD to be found at the railroad! Our prospector will show you how to pan for gold and you get to keep the gold.
Enjoy a sing-a-long campfire on our Moonlight Special excursion.
Locomotive #15 running with train in the snow!
Locomotive #10 lets off some steam rounding a curve so all the passengers can see.
Our two historic shay locomotives on a beautiful summer day. These steam engines once hauled logs for the Westside Lumber Company now haul passengers...
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