Tanking at Smith's Creek. About every 4th trip around the Greenfield Village, the park's shuttle train needs to stop for water. Just a couple of hundred feet west of the Smith's Creek Stat... (more)
Circling 300 years of Americana. Shortly after departing Susquehanna Station, Weiser Railroad Locomotive #1 "Edison" hauls the Greenfield Village shuttle train past the Farris Win... (more)
Running the back 40. Running around the circumference of Henry Ford's Greenfield Village every 30 minutes, the 2.5 mile Weiser Railroad provides a shuttle service to transport park visitors... (more)
Edison on the point. Weiser Railroad Locomotive #1 "Edison" hauls the regular daily shuttle train through the Farms District at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan on a b... (more)
#926 "Repton" hauling a passenger train has just left the Goathland station on the NYMR. Designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway in 1930, the "Schools Class" was ... (more)
Attention To Detail Resting in the Promontory sun, the replica of famous UP 119 is a shining example of 1860's locomotive construction. The level of detail on both of these locomotives is ... (more)
East Meets West At what can arguably be named one of the most significant sites in American history, the Central Pacific from the west and the Union Pacific from the east met at Promontory ... (more)
York #17 steams at full speed past Hanover Junction Station.
Taken at 10:58 AM during a Carl Franz photo charter.
Thundering upgrade toward Ruth, Nevada Northern's No. 40 and 93 power their train past the wye to the delight of many photographers (out of picture to the left and right) who took part in this yea... (more)
The early morning sun catches "Isibutu" as it heads the first train of the day at the privately owned Statfold Barn Railway. The loco is a 2 foot (610mm) gauge tank,built in 1945 by W.G.... (more)
Kloke Locomotive Works Leviathan #63 makes a visit to the Monticello Railway Museum to help honor the 200th birthday of Abraham Lincoln.
North Pacific Coast "Sonoma."