CN 8223 leads a south bound freight along the Susquehanna River during a recent photo charter.
Reefsteamers' grand old lady, Class 12AR No.1535, poses for photographers.
The Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad's station was built in 1869 and served as a combination freight has and passenger station for the Cooperstown & Susquehanna Railroad, predecessor to the... (more)
A big hats off goes to the volunteer's of the Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley Railroad and Steve Barry for putting on a great day that ended with several night shots at various locations on the rai... (more)
Friends of the Rail's class 19D No.2650 performs a runpast along the Cullinan branch line.
Southbound Powhatan Arrow. Reaching the south end of the yard, the Conductor calls the "highball" and the nearly 400-ton J-Class begins to accelerate her "Powhatan Arrow"... (more)
Let it shine! Members of the Fire-up 611 Crew take advantage of a little down-time to wipe away a morning's worth of accumulated soot on their big Northern, in preparation for an afternoon ... (more)
Last minute orders. An N&W Agent hoops up a last-minute update to train orders as the crew of a J-Class Northern departs the Spencer Yard with a north-bound freight.
Relics of a Golden Age. A pair of classic automobiles pause for the passage of a Norfolk & Western mixed train, headed up by a streamlined, J-Class Locomotive that is a classic in its own r... (more)
Miller Time...... After dropping his photo freight on a siding adjacent to the depot, long-time Cass Engineer, Dirk Caloccia takes his 70-ton Shay #4 back to the shops, where she'll join 3 ... (more)
Storming into Whittaker. With a thunderstorm hammering Cass and nearby Greenbank just over 3 miles behind her, the 162-ton Western Maryland Shay #6 does a little storming of her own, enteri... (more)
Work extra to Spruce. The 70-ton Lima Shay #4 heads north on the main line with a short work train destined for Spruce. This location is known as "Old Spruce" and is the junction... (more)
Where rod engines dare not tread. Demonstrating a feat that no rod engine can perform, the former Mower Lumber Company Shay #4 accelerates her work train away from a water stop at Oats Cree... (more)
Mounting a top-end charge. In the vernacular of the drag racer, the 162-ton Western Maryland Shay #6 makes her move to "drive around" the 90-ton Heisler #6 as the Mountain State R... (more)