A motor car of the first TGV prototype, which was a turbotrain, is now a monument to the men of Alstom who build TGVs. It stands by a major highway near Belfort, the mother city of Alstom, formerl... (more)
Doyle McCormack's 1948 Alco built Nickel Plate PA-1 No. 190 rests within the Oregon Rail Heritage Center on display for visitors to gaze upon in between restoration sessions.
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Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Engineer's Side
Oregon Railroad & Navigation 4-6-2 No. 197: Fireman's Side
From the era of "white gold" that dominated in Chile at the end of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, old Nitrate Railways steam locomotive, built in 1889 by John F... (more)
Two narrow gauge lines (760 mm) were built by the Steiermärkische Landesbahnen (StmLB) in 1892: Poljčane - Konjice (Poltschach - Gonobitz), today in Slovenia, and Preding-Wieseldorf - Stainz,... (more)
A good mix of power is displayed at the Ulster folk and transport museum, at Cultra, near Belfast. The nearest loco is Belfast and County Down Railway No 30, a 4-4-2 tank built by Beyer Peacock i... (more)
During the school holidays the National Railway museum demonstrated, twice a day, how a turntable worked. They used one of the most beautiful locomotives ever designed , a Stirling 8 foot single. ... (more)
Gölsdorf-Senior's exceptional construction from the year 1885 for express trains on the lines of the Südbahn (Southern Railway). At the turn of the century 12 of the class were to be found in Mari... (more)
In 1884 the Emperor's and King's Austrian State Railways (kkStB) were founded. They developed three new standard locomotive classes: an express loco, a light multi-purpose loco and the heavy freig... (more)
This magnificent museum piece has the magnificent Geneva Lake as background. What else would a railfan want?
Montreal's first Metro car, repainted and donated. Built at the Canadian Vickers shipyard in Montreal, the MR-63 Metro cars faithfully served Montreal's Metro system from 1966 until June 20... (more)
GWR 4079 'Pendennis Castle' on Shed.
Photo taken during a TimeLine Events Nightshoot'
In one of the halls of the National Museum of Scotland we find the 2nd oldest surviving locomotive in the world: the Wylam Dilly. It was built in 1815, and sister locomotive the Puffing Billy whic... (more)
Streamlined 4-6-2 # 6229 "Duchess of Hamilton" of the famous "Coronation class" of the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), built in 1938 at Crewe. Exhibited in the Natio... (more)