Rounding High Fill, Georgetown Loop's largest steam locomotive thunders up the steep grades of the former Colorado & Southern line to Silver Plume. Originally built in 1926 for the International ... (more)
Southern steam 4501 exits the Missionary Ridge tunnel with the morning sunrays just reaching the smoke plume.
734's massive plume of gray smoke blocks out the sunlight as well as the majority of the area to the side and rear. Hopefully, no biker or jogger on the adjacent trail is enveloped in the smoke.
UP 844, with her big, 23,000-gallon tender, has just crossed over to Main Two, and is headed for the Midlothian Sub.
Shay 9 crossing bridge
UP 844 Leading the 2017 Cheyenne Frontier Days Train.
ÖBB 399.01 ready for departure with a train to Heidenreichstein.
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 3/4 # 9 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB) with train 133 from Realp over the Furka to Oberwald, below Furka station. This 2-6-0 T locomotive was built by SLM Win... (more)
Light oil fired cogwheel steamlocomotive H 2/3 # 15 "Stadt Kanaya" (SLM 1996) of the Brienz Rothorn Bahn with passenger cars B # 4 (SIG 1973) and # 12 from 1892 on the place which is called "Chüem... (more)
The tourist trips are suspended by the construction of the cupula in the house of machines.
D&RGW 315 deadheads uphill towards Cumbres Pass to pick up its dinner train.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay No. 5 leads the first photo excursion along the former Chesapeake & Ohio Greenbrier line in more than 30 years. The locomotive, which has been disguised as a former Green... (more)
Cuesta ConqueredAmtrak's Transcontinental Steam Excursion crests the summit of Cuesta Grade, just north of San Luis Obispo, California, on April 27, 1977. In the process of ... (more)
Running the Nehalem River Canyon. There are relatively few tourist railroads in the US that experience radical changes in scenery along the length of their run. One well-known example is ... (more)
Baldwin K-36 No. 482 drops the fire after a long day. The 482 will retire to the shop for overnight servicing and be ready to roll first thing in the morning.