Bound for the railroad's yard in Ronks, PA, Strasburg 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, advances through Long Curve in Paradise, PA with a mixed freight consisting of 3 hoppers, one gon, a coac... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, clears the Lincoln Highway bridge with a freight in tow left by Norfolk Southern. The railroad occasionally uses its steam locomotives t... (more)
With rain in the forecast for later this evening, Santa Fe 3751 catches the last glimpses of light before they're buried in the clouds of a passing storm system. Despite a few downpours later that... (more)
Pride in Their WorkAn enginehouse crew poses with Nevada Northern 40, showing a little pride in the dirty, thankless work of hosteling and maintaining these machines.
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On an unseasonably hot and muggy May day, N&W #475 approaches Beiler's Crossing with her classic 8 inch hooter.
Southern "Mikado" #4501 is seen in the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's East Chattanooga Yard as "Consolidation" #630 is rotated on the turntable. Lighting courtesy "Fr... (more)
The Everett Railroad's "Ice Cream Special" heads west across the old bridge with the classic Alco 2-6-0 #11 leading the way.
A3 Pacific "Flying Scotsman", 60103, crosses the Great Western Railway Usk bridge in Newport city, working the 18:53 “Cathedral Express” (1Z70) to Gloucester via Lydney.
#13 Kissack is hauling a short mixed train between Douglas and Port Erin.
All of us were expecting 4501 to be the sole power for Saturday's Summerville excursion, but to our surprise, an unscheduled doubleheader happened.
NW 611 leads the Cavalier excursion through a rural crossing at Blackstone, VA on its way to PTB.
NW 611 leads the Cavalier excursion through Spout Spring, VA on its way to PTB.
"Checking the Time"
A passenger scans the Roanoke city skyline for the clock tower in downtown awaiting the departure of 611. No it was not staged, and no I never got his name.
It may be the start of the summer tourist season but mother nature decided to give one last taste of winter. A dusting of snow blanketed the top of Tin Mill Hill. Baldwin 2-6-6-2T #110 climbs the ... (more)