CSRM showing a little love for the Santa Fe Collection. The museum has found time for the cleaning, priming, and painting of two Santa Fe engines. The ATSF No. 5021 Texas 2-10-4 looking good on di... (more)
NW 611 passing the lucky strike plant
NW 611 leads an excursion across the yadkin river bridge north of Spencer NC
ETWNC 12 leads the train over the "dead horse trestle" at Tweetsie Railroad. #12 celebrated its 100th birthday this february
Blacksburg, Virginia 1952: the hostler preps M Class locomotive for a day on the high iron. Well maybe, not 1952, but 2017 instead. I find it continually fascinating that we can still experience s... (more)
Floating in a cloud of steam, Hostler Earl Knoob preps the M Class air compressor evoking images of yesteryear on the Norfolk and Western.
Nevada Short Line. Baldwin narrow gauge
A brightly painted Canadian Locomotive Works Ten-Wheeler awaits its next assignment.
The Nevada Northern engine house is a place where time stands still - especially when the talented Steve Crise provides professional lighting.
Spectacle at Yacolt Creek. With the morning sun highlighting her plume, Crossett Western #10 makes a rather spectacular start with her short freight, just a hundred yards or so south of the... (more)
The Trains and Tripods program put on by the California State Railroad Museum allows photographers the chance to photograph the museum without the crowds. Southern Pacific Cab Forward No.4294 was ... (more)
A Step Back in TimeEverett Railroad 2-6-0 #11 rolls over the Little Juniata River with a short passenger train in tow. This bridge is just remote enough to mask the fact that it is ... (more)
Number 40 prepares to head back to the house after a long day on the Keystone Line.
In a cavern, in a canyon..... Crossett Western #10 exits the 300 ft long, curved tunnel near Mouton Falls, and is seen here among the dense vegetation in the rock cut that marks the approac... (more)
N&W J Class 4-8-4 611 working hard as it crests the hill at Charlotte Junction, you can really see the grade here. The line off to the left is the "R-Line" which runs to Columbia.