4-4-0 steam locomotive "Roy O Disney" is taking on water at the Tomorrow Land station.
Railroad Heritage Weekend at Tweetsie Railroad was held on August 27th and 28th 2016. For Sunday the 28th a morning photo charter was held before the park opened with a double header of engines 12... (more)
Walt Disney World's 4-4-0 "Roy O. Disney" starts up the 2% grade through Tomorrowland.
Disney World steam locomotive Walt Disney 4-4-0 No. 1 departs the Fantasyland station.
#3 the Roger E. Broggie is heading for the Main Street Station.
Fireman Jesse Hoyle waves from the tender deck of Ex.ET&WNC 12 now working for Tweetsie Railroad during Tweetsie's 2014 Railroad Heritage Weekend.
The locomotive now lettered as CPR 2024 was originally built for the US Army during World War II. After the war, it ended up in use in British Columbia, and then found its way to Heritage Park Hi... (more)
Engine 601 of the "Serengeti Railway" at Busch Gardens Tampa.
Dollywood's former White Pass & Yukon mikado #70 is seen departing the shop for a day's worth of excursions.
Dollywood's former White Pass & Yukon mikado #70 traverses the reverse loop in the mountains above the amusement park.
Edaville #21: "Anne-Elizabeth". Since the departure of the original Maine 2-foot Locomotives in 1993, the only steam power (until very recently) at Edaville Railroad....now known as Edavill... (more)
Engine 190 leads the "Wild West" train across Dead Horse Trestle during Tweetsie Railroads annual "Railroad Heritage Weekend".
A crew member applies fresh paint to the rods on engine 190 the day before Tweetsie Railroads annual "Railroad Heritage Weekend"
Beautiful day in the High Country of North Carolina spent at Tweetsie with ex.ET&WNC number 12
Real or Fake? That's the question that historians have pondered about the 4-4-0 "Edison" - seen here at Main Street Station - since the 1970s. It is clearly not an original Mason 4-4-0, which fo... (more)