Almost home.... With their coal bunker all but empty, and the heavy lifting pretty much done, Firemen Olaf and Dave can pretty much relax for the last three miles and change as DRGW 315 and... (more)
Horses of Flesh and IronThe Abingdon Branch is noted for how little life seems to have changed over the last half century. Draft teams are still a common sight on farms along the V-... (more)
Soo 1003 passes through Horicon on its way to Hartford, WI for a display event.
Pre-departure At BristolA lantern trail is left by the conductor walking train 201 as it prepares to depart the yard at Bristol, Virginia for Abingdon in the autumn of 1956. The loc... (more)
ReflectionsEverett 11 puts on a bit of a show both above and on the water at the Milepost 10 Bridge. The reflection is always a bit different...
Strasburg Railroad 4-8-0 475 is seen crossing Esbenshade road while masquerading as N&W 382 for a photo charter hosted by Lerro Productions.
M Class comparison. Two of Norfolk & Western's numerous M Class 4-8-0s spend the cool autumn night outside an engine house in southern Virginia.
Thanks to a "pit crew" of abou... (more)
Cumbres and Toltec Engine 489 going up Cumbres Pass
Out of the mountains and into the valley, #19 pours on the smoke as it accelerates on one of the few flat and straight stretches of track on the railroad.
Running an all volunteer steam railro... (more)
Whistling for the Hwy 550 crossing, Baldwin K-36 No.482 leads the morning train to Silverton. No. 482 opens up for the climb to come. After crossing Hwy 550, the grade changes from 1% to 2.5% on t... (more)
The rising sun lights up the flanks of Steamtown's Big Boy.
N&W 611 has just returned on the former Southern Railway's Crescent Route from Roanoke, VA with “The Roanoker,” southbound to Greensboro, NC over the Sycamore Creek Trestle.
N&W 611 has cleared the signal bridge, transferring from the Southern Railway's Crescent Route onto the former Virginian in Hurt, VA, on its way to Roanoke, VA with “The Roanoker.”
Racing thru the CoveEverett 11 races down the Cove Secondary towards Martinsburg, going as fast as her diminutive drivers will carry her. Or...not. Pans do wonders for creating illu... (more)
DNE 28, hauling Northern Pacific Railway Historical Society excursion has stopped just short of Two Harbors on the North Shore Scenic Ry. The train will not be able to reach the station on this ru... (more)