"Stablemates". The likelihood that BLW #26 and CN #3254 ever shared the same roundhouse in regular service is slim to none, but in the new era of steam preservation they can be found bot... (more)
Examples of coaching vehicles that remain in their original South African Railways livery (Red & Grey) are like hens teeth to find now. This is S.A.R. Caboose Type ZO-5 No. 14877. This type of v... (more)
Welcome to a lunch in the Orient Express dining car number 4216, a former restaurant car of "CIWLT", now owned and operated by the heritage railway Chemin de Fer de la Vendée.
The crew gets No. 9, the jewel, ready for another day. My wife saw this and she said: "I feel I just stepped into 1916." That is exactly what happens when you go to the WW&F. The place i... (more)
The Southern Pride Mobile Painting contractors were completing the Vermont Railway SD70M-2 432, former FURX 103, nee Florida East Coast 103, while also beginning the body work and sanding of Provi... (more)
The China Standard EMU（CEMU) ---- CR400AF. This is the prototype of the CR400AF, because it has a blue painted, we call it "blue dolphins". On the production model, its painting w... (more)
TGV double-deck train is about to depart headed to Paris Montparnasse.
RPO #93 on display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation. According to the VMT website this car was made in 1937. N&W purchased 9 of these cars with this car being sold to the Florida East Coas... (more)
Slumbering Giants: Former NKP and High Iron Company berkshire #759 and Grand Trunk Western #6039 sleep peacefully within the Steamtown roundhouse. Perhaps one day these hulking giants of steam wil... (more)
MTR to Chinese Zhongche Sifang vehicle factory customized version of CRH380A high-speed EMU, wavy shape by the German designer, the design will be wavy rolling at high speed。
Recently debuted, cosmetic restoration of the "Lindbergh Engine," PRR Atlantic #460.
Lunch is long over, and the Silver Banquet is ready for the first call to dinner on the Rio Grande Zephyr.
One of the few F40s still on the roster with a prime mover, peeking out of the shops to watch the sunset.
Hi-Level Coach Dorm step-up cars were half coach seating and half crew dorm rooms. This shows the rear half of the car with the old southwestern motif cushions.
Probably, in my opinion, the hardest engine to photograph at California State Railroad Museum. It is awkwardly positioned and almost always backlit. However, the CP Huntington, is one of the most ... (more)