Gerald Corder of the Locust Heights and Western Railroad sits at the Saw Mill as the Climax simmers away under the days failing light.
What started as a caboose built as a playhouse transformed ... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 3/4 # 4 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB), former Furka-Oberalp-Bahn (FO), is pulling the train 133 from Realp over the Furka pass to Oberwald.
The prelude to the 1983 NRHS convention in Richmond was the unusual steam double-header consisting of Savannah & Atlanta #750 leading N&W #611. The train is pictured on the RF&P at Doswell, VA
Making its third of four crossings of Clear Creek between Devil's Gate and Silver Plume, former International Railways of Central America #111 barks up the grade on approach to the Lebanon Mine pl... (more)
Climbing one of the long straight sections of railroad on the Loop above High Fill, former IRCA #111 puts on an incredible show attacking the nearly 4.5% grades found on the former Colorado & Sout... (more)
Rounding High Fill, Georgetown Loop's largest steam locomotive thunders up the steep grades of the former Colorado & Southern line to Silver Plume. Originally built in 1926 for the International ... (more)
All that's left from the "Last Spike" consist. Although the May 10th, 1869 completion of the first transcontinental railroad was a seminal moment in the history of the United Stat... (more)
Southern steam 4501 exits the Missionary Ridge tunnel with the morning sunrays just reaching the smoke plume.
734's massive plume of gray smoke blocks out the sunlight as well as the majority of the area to the side and rear. Hopefully, no biker or jogger on the adjacent trail is enveloped in the smoke.
Former D&RGW K 27 #464 leads Railfan Special across Butternut Creek Trestle.
After about 20 years work and several setbacks like fire or flooding, a second "Elephant" 2-10-0 C 5/6 steamlocomotive is (almost) finished (4 cylinder compound with about 1320 HP). The # 2969, bu... (more)
Georgetown Engine 111 on High Bridge. Monument dedicated to 1881-1882 construction of the Georgetown Loop in the foreground.