Central Railroad of New Jersey 113 leads the first Santa train of the year into the well-decorated Minersville station on a dreary December day.
It's hard to imagine a more British scene as Peak Rail's 0-6-0ST pauses outside the beautiful gothic station at Darley Dale in order to give passengers an opportunity to visit the railroad museum ... (more)
I'm definitely not familiar with locomotives from the British Isles however in the community of LaGrange in the state of Kentucky resides one of theirs. The Flying Duchess that has been recently b... (more)
Its work done for the day 0-6-0 TWIZELL heads for the shed. Tokens have to be exchanged at the signal box where the driver hands over the token for the track he is leaving and the signalman holds ... (more)
An ancient 0-6-0 of the Paris-Orleans railway stands at St.Pierre des Corps depot in Tours. This was from a series of locos built between 1863 and 1886 the few survivors of which became SNCF class... (more)
Santa train taking families to meet Santa
Santa train taking families to meet Santa.
The 750 mm narrow gauge locomotive 99 4652 is arriving at Warthausen with a passenger tarin from Ochsenhausen.
Laboring here in a relentless drizzle is about the biggest 0-6-0 that anyone could ever build, dwarfing the pacing pickup truck along Railroad Street.
After World War II, a number of locomotives from the Heeresfeldbahn (military field railway) were peacefully employed on various narrow gauge railways in East Germany. 99 4652 was one of three loc... (more)
The impressive CNJ 0-6-0 No. 113, panned crossing Beckville Road. The "6S46" on the side of the cab signifies its railroad classification- "6-wheeled Switcher, 46,000 pounds tracti... (more)