In the shadow of Yosemite National Park, the oldest and youngest crew members of a historic steam railroad reflect on their passion for their craft and its future in an uncertain world.
The Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad in Fish Camp, CA has operated tourist trains on two miles of track in the Sierra National Forest since 1967. Joseph Bispo and Diego Morales are two of the crew members whose passion for steam-powered railroading keeps the YMSPRR running day after day, year after year. Their personal histories, the challenges they've faced and overcome, and their dedication to the trade are the heart of this film.
By Matthew Mealer
KD 5207 Vis3