Nevada Northern Railway’s official machine shop cat, lovingly named “Dirt”, will rest comfortably over the next few evenings while locomotives #40 and #93 cool down inside the confines of the shop... (more)
Engineer John Tyson smiles at some friends after bringing Nevada Northern 4-6-0 No. 40 to the East Ely depot on the afternoon of February 3, 2006.
A civilian reenactor sits on the train before the confederate solders attack. Taken during the Wilmington and Western's Civil War weekend.
It was a more innocent time… when a summertime swim in the Coal River might mean jumping off the railroad bridge at Sproul, and that’s what the photographer found when he visited there on June 24t... (more)
New Haven Fireman; Eric Steinberg. bw
Fireman Eric Steinberg poses for a portrait after a day firing the 3025
Man and Machine - Locomotive Foreman Wayne Hebert poses with the latest finished project, Valley Railroad #3025.
This is Mark St Aubin with Illinois Central 790 at Steamtown in Scranton PA. Mark has been involved with many steam locomotives over the years including the outstanding restoration of NKP No 765. ... (more)
Portrait of a railroader.. The actors for the 2011 Roanoke shoots pose with C&O 614. A Lerro Productions and Virginia Museum of Transportation photo shoot.
Here we see Assistant Road Foreman of Engines and Engineer for that night, Gary Baski. A Special Thanks goes out to Gary Baski for his wonderful efforts in operating locomotive 98 for this charter... (more)
Portrait of a Railroader. Conductor Steve Culver is the defacto King of the Alaska Railroad's winter passenger train. A 40+ year ARR veteran he is #2 on the railroad's seniority roster an... (more)
Portrait of a railroader.. N&W engineer Owen Hawkins poses for a photo from the cab of N&W 1218. Lerro Productions/Virginia Museum of Transportation.
Portrait of an engineer, a man and his machine. Ed Dickens, Engineer, and Manager of Heritage Equipment & Facilities, poses for a photo while performing post-trip maintenance in St. Louis.
Don't sit under that apple tree with anyone else but me.
With the day's run to West Jefferson long since completed, the shop crew at Bristol poses for a photograph with the 50 year-old Mollie they, and their fathers, have cared for seemingly forever. ... (more)