Sunset over La Veta. Perhaps twice over. While this photo shows San Luis and Rio Grande 2-8-0 No. 18 pulling a freight over the divide of La Veta Pass at Fir in 2008... This shot may no longer b... (more)
Southern 630 and 4501 doubleheader a freight train through rural Georgia as a classic car approaches the crossing. What year is it anyways?
Southern 630 shoves back up the East Leg of the wye at Grand Junction. They will then glide down the West Leg and to East Chattanooga.
Copper Range 29 sits on display in North Freedom.
Rolling toward the setting sun, Grand Canyon 29 hustles her train back toward Williams at the Anita ranch crossing.
Now arriving at Nelson Crossing. On the evening before the Southern Rail Productions Charter, personnel from the Monticello Railway Museum finish assembling a vintage mixed train behind Sou... (more)
Rio Grande 2-8-0 C-18 No. 315 arrives at Chama, New Mexico, with a 9-car freight on the afternoon of June 5, 2018. The consolidation ran as an extra, following regular Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Rail... (more)
1702 slowly comes to a stop as it reaches the end of its trip in Nantahala, NC. The man in the life vest will pick up riders who paid for the Raft N' Rail™ Wildwater package, where riders pay to r... (more)
#5 THOR is ready to leave the Faringe station with a short passenger train to Bärby.
The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado has some great vintage engines. Here we see the Denver Leadville & Gunnison No. 191, built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1880 complete with c... (more)
BR&W No. 60 leads an excursion south past the grove in Ringoes, NJ.
BR&W No. 60 poses at the depot in Ringoes, NJ. Photo taken during a night photo session sponsored by the Volunteer Railroaders Association.
A BR&W crew member watches one of the railroad's 2-8-0 steam locomotives shuffle some cars in the yard from the walkway of his SW9. No. 438, the SW9, is former Erie Railroad No. 438 while the No.... (more)
Southern 630, with the help of Engineer Nick, Fireman Travis, and Trainee Tyler, glides back into Grand Junction Depot with TVRM 100, the daily "Missionary Ridge Local", as seen through ... (more)