Southern Mikado #4501 makes her return trip to Chattanooga hauling the Summerville Steam Special
1890 Baldwin build Southern Consolidation #154 leads a short freight as a young lady takes notice
A Southern Rail Productions photo charter
Prairie Dog Central 4-4-0 #3 was built by Dübs & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, in 1882, builder No. 1572, for the CP railway. It is the oldest operating steam loco in Canada. Seen here departing G... (more)
Black Hills Central Railroad #110, a 1928 Baldwin 2-6-6-2T, sits by the engine house after a full day of runs. This night marked the final night run of the 2017 season with an arrival back in Hill... (more)
Shortly after departing Greeley, 844 heads south toward Denver with the Cheyenne Frontier Days Train in Evans.
CTS 487 and 489 lead the first train of the season towards Cumbres Pass.
Stepping off.... The V&T's 10-Wheeler #25 kicks off another morning "Parade of Trains" as she leaves the Wabuska Depot and heads out onto the museum's main line loop. Waiting in... (more)
Sometimes you don't want a caboose. The 315 had to take a cut of cars up the hill to Cumbres, but the four percent to too much for all the cars and a caboose, so the caboose was left behind. Thi... (more)
The Santa Fe's (AT&SF) 5011 sit quietly out of the elements at the Museum of Transportation of St. Louis. The 5011 was the last generation of new steam locomotives purchase by the Santa Fe introdu... (more)
Bound for Carson City. Looking resplendent in the morning sunshine, V&T #22 "Inyo" heads south toward Carson City with a short passenger train. Photographed in this location at ... (more)
V&T #25 on the table. V&T 10-wheeler #25 positions herself on the Nevada State Railroad Museum's "Armstrong Turntable", which will shortly be turned to put her on a lead that will... (more)
The Georgetown Loop Railroad's last train of the day works upgrade into Silver Plume as a faint rainbow hovers above it.
Galloping Goose 6 and 346 Steam engine at the Colorado Railroad Museum
At the end of the day Shay 9 takes on fuel oil behind the line's small water tank.