Just off Merrill Street north of the tracks of the former Modoc line is an almost-buried-but-still-connected spur with a dirt road paralleling it. We carefully drove down the road and first encountered this Southern Pacific crane and outfit car (a former baggage car presumably converted to maintenance of way service). This seemed to be the best-preserved equipment on the property.
Most of the rest of the equipment appeared to be steam locomotives in various degrees of decay.
There were both rod locomotives and geared ones, like this one, in the collection.
Also on view here was this nice view of Mount Shasta, which is visible on clear days from the Klamath Falls area.
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From a placard attached to a locomotive and former passenger car on display in Klamath Falls near our hotel on the Oregon Pacific & Eastern trail (former railroad line that led from K-Falls into the logging country, now a public trail), this equipment appears to be part of a projected museum; however, it's obvious that there would be a ton of work before this collection of rusting parts could be much of an attraction for anyone except dedicated enthusiasts like Lisa and me.