Crossing Neshaminy Creek. The New Hope & Ivyland's Consolidation #40 rumbles across the high trestle over Neshaminy Creek in the town of Rushland, PA, with a string of freight cars. On th... (more)
Rushin' through Rushland. The New Hope & Ivyland's Baldwin Consolidation #40 hits the grade crossing at Swamp Road in downtown Rushland, PA, passing the old Reading Company Depot, which is ... (more)
Rushin' through Rushland. The rustic Rushland Depot and the Davis Feed Mill in downtown Rushland, PA provide the perfect backdrop for this scene of a classic branch-line freight passing thr... (more)
Haulin' the mail and a lot of other things, the former Lancaster & Chester Consolidation #40 charges southbound across Mill Creek toward Rushland with heavy mixed consist including tanks, h... (more)
Waitin' on the milk run. A little morning sun peeks through a pesky deck of clouds, warming the little Reading Witches Hat at Wycombe, as the Station Agent observes the arrival of an early ... (more)
Waking up sleepy Buckingham. The New Hope & Ivyland's former Lancaster & Chester #40 goes back to her roots, if only for one day, as she hauls a sunrise mixed through the farmland of easter... (more)
Sandstone Heritage Trust's preserved Class NG 15 in the classic dawn silhouette shot on the approach to Hoekfontein.
Viewed from the hills above the line this is a typical South African Railways branch line train.
The crew of Friends of the Rails Berkshire prepares the locomotive for a busy morning of rail photography. Picture taken 15 minutes before sunrise.
A classic steam-era branch line train departs from Cullinan during the annual Friends of the Rail photographic weekend. Note the concrete sleepers that are soon to replace the teak sleepers.
About a half an hour after dawn No 3664 performs a runby for the participants of Friends of the Rails 2013 Photographic weekend. The class 24 was the last class of branch line steam locomotive de... (more)
The oldest working narrow gauge steam engines in South Africa at sunrise.
Friends of the Rails little Berkshire catches the last rays of the setting sun.
This was the first of the ex South African Railways Narrow-gauge Garratt locomotives that was restored to working order by the Sandstone Heritage Trust.
The sun has just risen behind the spray rising from Victoria Waterfalls. View from the Victoria Falls Hotel.