It's Alive! Looking a bit like something out of a sci-fi movie, Nevada Northern's 100-Ton Wrecking Crane A swings into action at the site of a minor yard derailment, during the 2010 Winter ... (more)
Originally introduced as a Petrol Electric Rail Motor (PERM) in 1928, the first railmotor was built by the St. Louis Car Company and exported to Australia, with Victorian Railways building a furth... (more)
Union Pacific's North Platte, NE to West Colton, CA manifest departs Salt Lake City for it's 725 mile journey to southern California. In the train's consist today are four Fairbanks/MAN marine eng... (more)
Mead Company Plymouth Torquemobile awaiting its next work at the plant in Sylva, NC. Mead had several of these small critters at different locations. || October 1974
Two relics from the past rust away in Hinton. The fireless locomotive worked at an Appalachian Power Company plant in WV. The former C&O passenger car finished service in Maintenance of Way wor... (more)
Very old inspection car
Not your every day shipment! A pair of Soviet tanks long stored in Alaska are secured and ready for shipment south to Seattle. Their destination beyond Seattle was unknown (that's as far ... (more)
Duke Power Company #50 at Draper, NC // June 1970
This fireless steam locomotive was introduced by the DLM AG (Dampflokomotiv- und Maschinenfabrik AG) to potential customers today. The 3 axle tank locomotive was built in 1987 by RAW Meiningen in... (more)
Goose #7 carries passengers around the loop track at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Odd looking storage battery electric (built by Westinghouse?) photographed at Old Ben Coal near Paxton, IN // August 1973.
What a snow blower? This piece of equipment was used by the Erie Lackawanna [and D&H] for burning weeds in the summer and to clear snow and ice from the switches in the winter. Never saw it do a... (more)
Galloping Goose! Having just turned on the wye, the former RGS Motor #5, aka "Galloping Goose #5", backs slowly into the Silverton Depot at the end of a late afternoon excursion on the Dura... (more)
Wanna go for a spin? Members of the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway
Museum crew watch as Trainman Stewart Rhine demonstrates the turntable capability of the museum's new Model ... (more)
Natchez, Urania & Ruston #10, a GE 25-ton built with the "old" body style, seen at Urania, LA in 1973.