The engineers seat in Union Pacific SD70AH No. 1943.
Former Clinchfield FP7(A) No. 200 skirts along the Tygart River at sunset headed toward Belington from Elkins on former Baltimore & Ohio trackage. The locomotive, which is now dressed up as Wester... (more)
Immaculate cabin of locomotive 186, return to line after replace the boiler
Operating and display instruments for the engineer on the right side of the 2-10-0 four cylinder compound C 5/6 # 2978 "Elephant" of SBB Historic. In the middle the suction steam injecto... (more)
The C 5/6 # 2978 "Elephant" of SBB Historic got a large revision in Brugg (AG) by the very experienced members of steamgroup Zürich (Verein Dampfgruppe Zürich). Now the impressive 2-10-0 is ready ... (more)
Operating and display instruments for the engineer on the right side of the 2-10-0 four cylinder compound C 5/6 # 2969 "Elephant" of Eurovapor. In the middle the suction steam injector, on the lef... (more)
Looking out of Super Chief / El Capitan’s FP45, Train 18 is meeting westbound Train 23 the “Grand Canyon” behind two F units at Canyoncito, N.M. on March 7, 1968. Ahead for the Super is the cli... (more)
A first look of the cab interior of a Brightline Train.
A decade ago these red nosed wide cab GP40s were common power on MARC trains.
A PRR cabin car sits patiently in the background as the Hogger watches for signals from his brakeman while making switching movements in the east end of the CNJ yard at Jim Thorpe.
Cab of the railcar ABe 4/4 # 501 "Fliegender Rhätier" (Flying Rhaetian), built in 1939 by SWS/MFO/BBC with 440 kW and maximum velocity of 70 km/h.
View into the cab of cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 3/4 # 1 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB), from the platform of the first car of train 134. The train will depart soon to Gletsch, the Furka... (more)