Crystal Creek Lumber Co. 3 is a 2-6-2 Prairie type locomotive built in 1925 by Alco, and has served
many years on the lumber company.
Locomotive #12 (4-6-0) was the original engine I received in my Tweetsie set in 2004 (see the "About Page" if you have not
already). It has been running faithfully ever since. It was originally painted a dark green color that I really did not like
at all. So in 2005, over the course of a week, I painted it black. Then about a year later, I decided to do my first kitbash/weathering
project to this locomotive. This was done over a period of about three weeks in December 2006. It was painted a better flat
black and highly detailed and weathered. It has Walsharts Valve gear and will soon be converted to Kadee 791 or 820 couplers.
Rio Grande 1638
This a gondola aquired from the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad in 1954. It is used primarily as a MOW car, but also sees regular
freight service. This car was painted and weathered in December 2006 and will soon be weather and lettered for the Boulder
Creek and Western.
Box Car #4
Box car #4 was built in 1921 by the Linville River Railroad Co. in Tennessee. After the railroad went bankrupt in 1964, the
Boulder Creek and Western aquired it in 1965. It sees regular freight service and is occasionaly put on mixed trains. It has
been left in its original lettering in honor of its heritage from Tennessee.
Flat Car #91
New Picture coming soon
Flat car #91 was built in 1934 by the Boulder Creek and Western Railroad. It sees regular freight service, and often carries
a load of rail. It will soon go into the shop for wheel replacement (plastic to metal). This car was weathered in December
2006 and is awaiting a wood deck and lettering.
Flat Car #274
Flat car 274 was built in 1947 by the Boulder Creek and Western in their shops. It has been serving faithfully ever since
then in freight service. Currently awaiting new lettering by the railroad.
Box Car 101
Pictures coming soon!
Box car was built in February of 1998 by the Shasta Garden Railroad Society to show there support for the railroad. They were
the main diring force behind the retoration of the railroad. They used archbar trucks manufactured by Bachmann Locomotive
Picture coming soon!
Combine #1 was the first piece of equipment built for the railroad, in 1902. The car has been kept in pristiene condition
and is still used today on excursion trips.
Picture coming soon!
Caboose number 100 was built in 1904 and the first caboose the railroad aquired. It was built right in their own shops and
still runs in perfect condition today.