Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 4-6-2 Pacific No. 5300 "President Washington" (built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in February 1927) and Chesapeake & Ohio Railway 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson No. ... (more)
#484 and #463 work hard as they pass through Dalton. The train actually made a stop here to pick up some passengers that missed the train in Chama. It was quite impressive to watch them get moving... (more)
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.
Photographed during our latest trip out West on VIA's Canadian: Canadian Pacific 4-4-0 type steam locomotive #374 sits on display at the Drake Street Roundhouse in Vancouver. This was the f... (more)
Southern 4501 heads south with the Summerville Special.
NKP 765 sits with 3 Vintage Cars during a Night Photo Session at the 2017 FWRHS Annual Open House.
In pure imitation of her narrow gauge Rio Grande steam sisters, SRC #90 moves right through the deep snow banks within Groundhog Cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. A Colorado steam locomotive... (more)
Is it too early to be dreaming of winter snow? SRC #90 barks up a storm as she departs Leaman Place junction along Long Curve just outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania. Snow brought to you by Winter ... (more)
One of Cripple Creek's black steam engines, the #3, holds at the depot awaiting a departure for daily passenger trains.
Filling up #463 with coal for the grueling climb to Cumbres Pass. That day #463 would double head with #484 to the summit. From there, #484 would be cut off of the front of the train and #463 woul... (more)
Cripple Creek's blue steam engine #2 holds at the depot awaiting a departure for daily passenger trains.
Southern 4501 rolls south along US Highway 27 as it heads for Summerville.
Cripple Creek's blue steam engine #2 meets the #3 engine as they pass each other for passenger steam trips.
It almost looks like the 765 is lifting a freight train up the Pocono Mountain grade, as it rounds the sharp curve by the hat factory, pulling a passenger train to Delaware Water Gap