Steam engine 4-6-0 # 40, built in 1910 by Baldwin is pulling a freight train uphill to Keystone, NV. Snow has fallen the night before. Thank you to the team of the Nevada Northern Railway for a gr... (more)
In the first light of a gorgeous winter morning, steam engine 4-6-0 # 40, built in 1910 by Baldwin is pulling a freight train to Ely, NV. Thank you to the team of the Nevada Northern Railway for a... (more)
Sunrise in the desert of Nevada with a freight train heading to Ely, NV hauled by the 1910-built Baldwin steam engine 4-6-0 # 40. Thank you to the team of the Nevada Northern Railway for a great W... (more)
Crew member clears snow and ice from the running gear of Monson #3, which had been slipping while attempting to start at the Alna Center depot. The locomotive was one of two steamers running on th... (more)
On the second day of four days of steam operations to the Grand Canyon, GCRY 4960, a 2-8-2, is in charge of hauling the train back and forth to the canyon. On its return trip from the canyon, they... (more)
Whippany Railway Museum's nicely cosmetically restored Southern Railway 2-8-0 basks in the sun on a cold winter afternoon.
Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington #9 returns with its train from Top of the Mountain, the current end of track on the WW&F. The locomotive was one of two steamers running on the railroad for a Ma... (more)
When the moon hits your eye...
An ambient lit shot (f/2.8 helps) underneath a near full moon finds Grand Canyon's two operable steamers, 29 and 4960 on the Dogtown/Cataract Creek Trestle outsid... (more)
N&W 611 pulls into the depot to pick up passengers for an excursion out to Front Royal and back.
Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington locomotive #9 and Monson RR #3 pose at Top of the Mountain siding during a charter run for the Mass Bay RRE.
Nickel Plate 587 and N&W 611 are rolling east through Vicker, VA. Next stop Roanoke.
Engine 40 takes refuge from a winter snowstorm in the shops at East Ely.
Nevada Northern's ten wheeler rolls south just after sunrise across the fill at Steptoe Creek on the High Line.