Great Western #90 in a pan at 1/15th.
Southern Railway 1452 stands ready at the Asheville Roundhouse.
Westbound coal train T361 crosses the Ohio river and into the state of Ohio via the 1550 foot long continuous truss span that is the Limeville-Sciotoville bridge.
Caught in the classic rods-down pose, Central Ohio 1293 (ex- OHCR 1293) leaves Sugarcreek, Ohio heading north on the OHCR. She's heading to the CVSR and this month's "Steam in the Valley".
SOO 2719 charges towards Two Harbors with it's train in tow.
The local power out of Hornepayne idles awaiting their next assignment.
Canadian National 2-8-2 3254 with the Scranton Limited as the train approaches the Steamtown station.
Canadian National U-1-d Class 4-8-2 No 6044 was built by Canadian Locomotive Works in 1929. She had 73" Drivers, 24 x 30 inch cylinders, operated at 250 psi boiler pressure, and developed up to 50... (more)
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 3450 was the first of ten 4-6-4s (road number 3450 through 3459) built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1927. As built they had 74 inch drivers, 25 x 28 inch cylinder... (more)
An SD60M leads a BNSF southbound past the tower.
Giving rides in yard, at railfest.
N&W 449 resting in Roanoke, July 1954. Bob Drake photo, Tom Sink Collection.
Milwaukee Road 4-8-4 202 was one an order of 30 S-2 Class locomotives delivered from Baldwin In 1937. These locomotives were given road numbers 201 through 230. A second order of 10 Class S-2s wer... (more)