Dunsmuir Railroad Days
Black Butte Center for Railroad Culture
June 7,8 and 9, 2012
The crowd began to gather
in the afternoon and sought shelter
 from the 94 degree heat under 
the shade of a large maple tree in the 
Amtrak parking lot.

Bruce Phillips and Kate MacLeod
led off the afternoon entertainment
singing songs by Bruce's father, 
the late Utah Phillips.
They were followed by J.C. Wright
with Railroad Workers United
and Brody Douglas Hunt 
who was helping out at the BBCRC.

Kate MacLoed
banjo player
in the railroad 
Brodie Douglas Hunt
Duncan Phillips
"Guitar Whitey"
is still going strong at 90.
He doesn't perform any longer 
but enjoys the musical talent
of the younger generations.
A RWU supporter watches as a southbound Union Pacific freight roll through the Dunsmuir yard.
A few photos from the kickoff on Friday in 
Dunsmuir and at the BBCRC.