A load of containers from ILS Forrestfield to North Quay, Fremantle is worked through Spearwood by Watco WA Rail's G511 & HL203 as train number 5142.
"The Bees in Millrfit"
After a day of overseeing many fully loaded trains of tourists up and down "the Loop," the conductor heads for home at the end of the day.
This tiny narrow gauge unit spent its working life with US Gypsum until acquired by the museum in 1965. Since that time it has been used to moving equipment around the museum.
There are all sorts of interesting things to be found in the D&S yard. While all the attention is on the ex-D&RGW steam fleet, a cohort of GE switchers helps behind the scenes with switching and M... (more)
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad Alco RS-11 #367 is seen sporting some fresh paint and lettering in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
GM27-GM22 returning from a training run to Albury at Albion.
A welcome change: On a cold day in January 2016, the only one Rem 487 with this paint scheme, passes with a mixed freight train at Burgdorf station.
M&E 20 returns to the shop after pushing two NJ Transit Comet V coaches to the interchange at Baker Interlocking.
"Fruit Growers Express Boxcar Visits NYC"
A specially painted CSX Insulated Boxcar sits inside of Manhattan Beer Distributors in Brooklyn. The ex-FGE car was recently painted in the old Fr... (more)
PRR SW1 9206, heads back home to Ringoes, after a day of excursions between Flemington and Ringoes.
734 stands on exhibition, no steam, brought over to Cumberland for "Heritage Days" event. Behind her is caboose 1813, redone in bright red in the older WM paint scheme. Also is Plymouth ... (more)