My five year old daughter takes a picture of the last remaining active Rio Grande unit in the world. She may not remember this day when she grows up, but at least she'll have the pictures!
A young railfan, while under the watchful eye of the conductor captures the return trip of the Carter Special.
Q116 heads over the Cleveland Metroparks as a father and his three children enjoy a nice October day bonding and fishing (and maybe even watching trains, too)
This, folks, is what today was all about. The story here is that Dad wanted to head back to the car after the steamer has passed, but this little guy would have none of it! He was determined to ge... (more)
There will never be a shortage of railfans in the future. Nikon D50 18-55 mm. www.railroad-photography.com
A young student peers into the cab of 3751 during the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society's Education Outreach Program in San Pedro, California.
Two kids take a short break from fishing to watch the DPU's on a northbound coal train rumble through Palmer Lake on an overcast afternoon.
Engine No. 40 ( Baldwin 2-8-0 built 1920) passes some young railfans watching from Observation Car No. 111 (Colorado Midland Railway, built 1887) during a Steam Up Day at The Colorado Railroad Mus... (more)
Steam fascinates young boys all over the world! Three local boys watch as the engine crew gets ready to depart for Riverside. No. 2669 is a class 19D, the standard branchline 4-8-2 used all over... (more)
NS 74N eases through Downtown Suwanee. I wasn't the only one out today enjoying the warm weather and trains.
Two young boys on bikes watch as a southbound coal train reaches the top of the Hagans switchback. The second unit is a fairly rare SDP35, one of four the L&N owned.
My 3 sons watch the helper set roll East.
The helper engineer on the rear of 227 exchanges waves with a 4-year old railfan.
FEC 2000 pulls a line of Tropicana cars through the yard as children wave. The 2000 is no longer on FEC property.