Standing in the crisp California sunshine, the Slim Princess sits on the turntable lead in the tiny town of Laws, readying for the return trip to Owenyo. Taken at the Slim Princess Reunion, this ... (more)
Framed by the center mast of the gallows turntable, the Slim Princess simmers quietly in the small yard at Laws. Taken at the Slim Princess Reunion, this is the first time that SP #18 has run on ... (more)
Preparing for a return trip to Owenyo, #18's engineer oils around as his fireman opens the hatch on the oil bunker. Taken at the Slim Princess Reunion, this is the first tim... (more)
Meet at Laws- It's an unusually busy night on the Keeler Branch, and we find Southern Pacific #9 pulled into the stub-end siding to clear for a southbound #18. The engineer on #9 conversed ... (more)
Keeler Branch Nights- A late-night southbound extra prepares to leave the depot at Laws, California behind former Nevada-California-Oregon #12. Taken at the Slim Princess Reunion, this is t... (more)
Hometown steam engine. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913, 4-6-0 CP 1095 is preserved in its hometown by the waterfront along Lake Ontario. To the left is the form... (more)
Nevada Northern Engine 40, a Baldwin graduate of 1910, sits in quiet repose dutifully awaiting her next assignment.
Tweetsie No. 12 emerges from the dark tree tunnel into an opening of soft light on a gloomy afternoon.
Tweestie No. 12 takes the No. 5 car around the mountain wearing ET&WNC decals.
Nevada Northern Railway Baldwin 2-6-0 #40 in the Nevada Northern Shops for maintenance, minus its tender, in October of 2013.
Tweetsie 2017 Railroad Heritage Weekend. Former ET&WNC #12, a 3' narrow guage locomotive, leads former White Pass and Yukon #190, the Yukon Queen, up the grade and across the trestle.
Engineer Tim Smith stokes #12's fire during the night photo session at Tweetsie Railroads railfan day.
Huckleberry Railroad 4-6-0 #2 (former Alaska Railroad #152) has just departed the village depot.