Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 powers the daily train around the museum grounds at the NCTM as it rolls through a curve near the Barber Junction Depot.
A pair of Classic EMD Streamliners rest inside the NCTM Roundhouse.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 has just departed the Barber Junction Depot with the final trip of the day around the NCTM grounds as it rounds a curve near a railroad signal display.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 shoves under the former Southern signal bridge as it takes the museum train back towards the Barber Junction Station.
With a pair of PV's bringing up the markers, Amtrak #6, the California Zephyr, winds it's way through western Colorado on the old D&RGW mainline near Palisade.
While the star of the of show for the Lincoln Steam Train Weekend at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum is definitely the steam locomotive "Leviathan", the power on the other end of the train... (more)
A Kentucky & Tennessee Railway Big South Fork Scenic excursion passes through the restored mining camp town of Barthell.
Retired Kentucky & Tennessee Railway Alco S2 #105, lettered for the K&T's Big South Fork Scenic operation, rests inside the old K&T Heavy Repair Shop at Stearns. This very shop is where K&T 12, a.... (more)
With a friendly wave from the engineer, a K&T Big South Fork Scenic excursion departs the yard and shop area at Stearns, headed down the hill towards their destination at the Blue Heron Mining Cam... (more)
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's freshly repainted Illinois Central Gulf GP8 #7738 wheels engine lite across an old wooden trestle at Trackside Farm, just west of Versailles, Kentucky on Labor Day ... (more)
With the lead unit missing a numberboard (note the duct tape in its place) and the middle unit doing it's best impression of a steam locomotive, this Union Pacific manifest winds its way west on t... (more)
A westbound Union Pacific coal train claws its way up the hill out of Bond on the Craig Branch.
The Union Pacific's Potash Local is nearing the end of the first half of his journey on the scenic Cane Creek Branch as it passes some beautiful red rock cliffs at Milepost 33.
With a pair of MRL SD70ACe Helpers on the point, led by MRL 4305, a westbound BNSF freight starts the torturous climb up the East Slope of Mullan Pass.