Spotted on the ready track, a Reading T-1 receives some final attention from a hostler before being coupled to an outbound train. This photo was shot after a very successful night photo shoot at ... (more)
A rainy summer evening in Scranton finds a hostler spotting his charge on the turntable for a spin. The humid air and spotty rain make for a moody, but (very) wet ambiance. This photo was part o... (more)
Sand Tower SwitchingOn a dreary night with rain starting to fall in the late 1930s, a Baldwin Locomotive Works demonstrator 0-6-0 waits on a switch to be thrown before moving a cut ... (more)
Olive green and aluminum... Just as Samuel Vauclain intended. Baldwin Locomotive Works shop switcher #26 is seen in front of the sand tower within the massive Scranton shops of the Delaware Lack... (more)
The Beginning of the End- It's 1935 in the Scranton yards of the Delaware Lackawanna & Western, and an Electro-Motive Corporation intruder has poked its nose into the former all-steam stron... (more)
Cowichan Valley Railway #25 passes the ranger station as it leads the passenger train around the 100-acre BC Forest Discovery Centre museum site in Duncan.
BC Forest Discovery Centre's 36" gauge Vulcan Locomotive Works 0-4-0 ST #25 leads the passenger train into Arderlea Station.
Charging across Grand Canyon Boulevard at a blistering pace of 5 mph... Backwards. 4960 shoves into the Williams Depot before heading off to the Grand Canyon.
Midwest Central Railroad operates at the Old Thresher's event in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. They operate a three foot narrow gauge one mile loop. Their #12 is leased from the Georgetown Loop Railroad in ... (more)
GCRY 4960 puts on a great show as it climbs the hill in Pronghorn, AZ carrying passengers north towards the Grand Canyon.
Tweestie No. 12 takes the No. 5 car around the mountain wearing ET&WNC decals.
Soaked and SteamyOn a wet late summer night, a hostler conductor for the Grand Trunk signals his engine to a stop for a spin on the table. Other engines wait their turn in the backg... (more)
C&TS #489 simmers away in Osier waiting for the Westbound to roll in. We will continue our trip to Antonito once everyone finishes lunch. I was guilty of spending more time taking pictures of the ... (more)
Taking on water at Cumbres Pass, 10,015 feet