Reunited in Roanoke
After much fanfare over the past month, Norfolk & Western 611 sits quietly with its firebox still warm alongside its Roanoke-built sisters at the Virginia M... (more)
Steam tripleheader: this was one of the most spectacular trains of the June 2015 Gotthard Steam Show. This triple header lasted only between Rotkreuz and Erstfeld. None of these engines saw any re... (more)
Always a spectacle! The geared locomotive race at Cass during Railfan Weekend 2015, sponsored by the Mountain State Railroad & Logging Historical Association.
In autumn 1997 Ae 4/7 10997 was still used for light freight or local trains. On the other side, "Crocodile" Ce 6/8 14253 and "Rehbock" Be 4/6 12320 were considered as "hi... (more)
Morning line up at Silvis Yard.
Empty cans and windmills.
N473 leading 8620 up Albury pass overtakes an up Craigieburn Siemens set and GML10-RL302 stabled on a Qube grain consist at Somerton Loop.
Steam railcar CZm 1/2 # 31 and B 3/4 # 1367 (yard shunter number 4 this day) of SBB Historic, and former French Railway "Mikado" 141 R 1244, during the open doors day 2015 in Bahnpark Br... (more)
The Big Three class of engines of the N&W are together once more at the Virginia Museum of Transportation
Southbound Triple Crown train, NS 251, pops into the afternoon sun as it comes out of Nemo Tunnel
After 56 year wait and a long trip from St. Louis, the N&W Y6a #2156 is finally reunited with Class J #611 and Class A #1218.
Shortly after noon today, the "Magnificent Three" were reunited in the exhibit yard at the Virginia Museum of Transportation. From left to right is Y6a 2156, J 611, and A 1218. Photo ... (more)
611 poses briefly with two stablemates, Sourthen FP7 #6133 and ACL 501, both residents of the NC Transportation Museum. ACL E-3 #501 had been given a decal to appear as a N&W engine.