An UPDATED message to the Winterail family:
The State of Oregon is rolling back mask mandates for indoors and school settings EFFECTIVE MARCH 12. Here's some information from the State, some interesting info from the CDC, and from the local Albany Democrat Herald.
What this means for Winterail is this: While masks will not be required, we fully support people continuing to wear them. There is no shame in practicing safe health habits. If you have a cold or feeling under the weather, please consider wearing a mask to protect railfans that are over 62, have health issues or are immunocompromised.
We will not request proof of a Covid-19 vaccination or evidence of Covid-19 test within 48 hours of event. We trust that the Winterail faithful can handle their health in an appropriate manner.
Our spacious, state of the art auditorium at Corvallis High School Theatre in Corvallis, Oregon.
Effective Wednesday, March 16 at 8pm the Eventbrite link will be turned off for bookkeeping purposes. Tickets will be sold at the door.
Saturday AND Sunday $70.
Traveling to Oregon for Winterail March 19-20? Make it an epic three-day weekend by riding behind Santa Maria Valley No. 205, a recently restored 2-6-2 that will make its photographers' train debut on Friday, March 18. Trains Magazine is sponsoring the event on the Albany & Eastern R.R.; the locomotive and two coaches will make multiple photo runbys on the railroad’s scenic Sweet Home Branch from 8 am to 3 pm. Lunch will be included. Get tickets at Eventbrite by clicking HERE.
The West's original railroad photography exposition and rail collectible sale.
in Corvallis Oregon
Photos from past Winterails
If you purchased a ticket through EVENTBRITE for the 2020 show, SAVE THAT TICKET. IT'S STILL GOOD FOR MARCH 19TH 2022.
We are also establishing a Google group for Winterail Fans. This is our way to facilitate getting information to folx quickly. If you do not get an email from winterailoffice at gmail dot com, please contact us and we will add you in!
SUNDAY LINEUP OF SHOWS: MARCH 20, 2022
Noon - 5:00P.M.
STEAM EXCURSIONS ON THE WESTERN PACIFIC, PART ONE by Evan Werkema
COLUMBIA RIVER COLLECTION by Joel Hawthorn
TRAINS WE MISSED by Warren Haack
"I JUST WORK HERE" A STUDY OF RAILROAD WORKERS by David Lange
MILWAUKEE ROAD by Don Hunter
DRIVEN PROLOGUE-THE RHYTHM by Liz Kylin
DICK'S SOUTHERN PACIFIC ADVENTURES by Dick Dorn
STEAM EXCURSIONS ON THE WESTERN PACIFIC, PART TWO by Evan Werkema
All shows subject to change without prior notice.
SATURDAY LINEUP OF SHOWS: MARCH 19, 2022
TENNESSEE PASS by Charles Dischinger
UN-COMMON CARRIERS by Dave Hardie
SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF THE SIERRA RAILWAY by Hunter Lohse
CHASING THE LIGHT: PHOTOGTAPHY OF ERIK C. LUNDGREN by Tim Tonge
NORTH TO ALASKA 2008-2018 by Frank Keller
GREAT LAKES-IRON ORE ROADS by Mike Harting
SKYBORNE ALONG 4014 by Dan Scheidell
ANN ARBOR-THE FINAL YEARS by Jeff Mast
OREGON & NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD by Jeff Moore with Wayne Monger
HALL OF FAME AND PHOTO CONTEST AWARDS
FLATLANDER-THE GREAT PLAINS OF THE KYLE RAILROAD by Bryan Bechtold
CROSSING THE ALPS by Scott Lothes
SANTA FE IN COLOR by Stan Kistler
FRAME BY FRAME by Steven Brown