Tom Taylor

Above: A scene from Dan Scheidell's Oregon Trunk video program

Right: From Charlie Dischinger's program, "It's Not Easy B'N Green"

Cajon Pass Hill 582 time exposure from Kit Courter's program

WINTERAIL CALENDARS are still available for $30 with postage and handling.

Winterail calendars start in April  2024 and run through March 2025.  Calendars are in full color.

Send $30 to Vic Neves PO Box 944, Albany OR.97321

or PayPal  $30 to

in Corvallis Oregon

The West's original railroad photography exposition and rail collectible sale.

Join us for next year's Winterail on March 15, 2025

Montana Rail Link's Gas Local, from Joel Hawthorn's program

Most of the presenters of Winterail no. 46: (from left) Stan McInturf, Mark Perry, Lou Thelen, Camron Settlemier, Charlie Dischinger, Kit Courter,, Dan Scheidell, Joel Hawthorn, Art Gross, and Bill Meeker. Missing are Warren Haack and Jared Pohll. (EL photo)

Blair Kooistra

Fans enjoy the railroad collectibles sale at Winterail 2023

Vic and Annie present the Hall of Fame award to John Walker, longtime Winterail roadie and rail preservationist. John is the administrative assistant for the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City, NV. (Photo by Elrond Lawrence)


Winterail 46 is a wrap!

Thank you to the attendees, presenters, railroadiana dealers, and our roadies who made this year's Winterail a success in Corvallis, Oregon. -Vic and Annie Neves, producers

The 2024 program lineup was ...

12:15 p.m."Santa Fe Salute - Volume 2" by Stan McInturf

12:45 p.m. "Rails To The Golden City " by Warren Haack

1:45 p.m. "Chicago Rails-1990's" by Art Gross

2:05 p.m. "Montana Holiday" by Joel Hawthorn

2:40 p.m. "Tales of the Road" by Jared Pohll

3:15 p.m.  "2023-Steam in Revenue Service" by Camron Settlemier

4:00 p.m.  "Three Favorites"

6:30 p.m.  "Terror at Tunnel 10" by Bill Meeker

7:00 p.m.  "Requiem for the 567"  by Louis Thelen

7:40 p.m.  "It's Not Easy B'N Green" by Charles Dischinger

8:05 p.m.  "Hall Of Fame Award & Photo Contest Awards

8:25 pm.   "Trains Running Today" by Mark Perry

9:00 p.m.  "Soaring the Oregon Trunk" by Dan Scheidell

9:30 p.m.  "Fifty Years of Luminous Night" by Kit Courter