The fireman of 261 shovels coal into the boiler.
Mark St Aubin baling coal into 734's greedy firebox. The stoker is not working this day, and Mark will get a workout, hand bombing the old girl all the way to Frostburg.
Through the smoke of a deliberately set cane field fire comes a 1912 built Orenstein & Koppel, Olean Sugar Mill's #1. Olean is one of the few sites in Java where cane is loaded directly onto cane... (more)
Movie stunt train once belonging to the Santa Clarita Railroad (SCRX) performing a stunt with a Pontiac Firebird. Note part of vehicle firewall on right side of the locomotive.
A look inside. Many thanks to the crew of the Henry Clay, who allowed to take a look inside the firebox of the narrow gauge 0-4-0T.
The fireman shovels coal into the firebox of #190 at Tweetsie Railroad.
Just after V740 stopped outside of Kenmore Yard, two individuals lit a pile of tires on fire that led to a brush fire.
This MOW employee is employing "thermite" welding. The temperature is around 5000 degrees Fahrenheit.
A fast freight fans the flames on a ridge above the Wharncliffe signal. Burning the beautiful mountains of the coalfields of Appalachia has been a long tradition to many folks.
She overheated so much that the frame sagged down,She caught fire on the road in NB.
Taking "hot train" to a new level, the Phoenix bound 9-197-25 speeds west with flames erupting from a 500 series B40-8W near Williams Jct. in May 1994.
Conductor Russ Venlos prepares to add some coal to the stove in Pere Marquette Caboose A909. He has just cooked lunch and needs to heat some water for washing up.
Didcot Shed, ex GWR 2-8-0 has it's fires drawn at the end of the day. 0-6-0 pannier tank 3738 sits by the combined coal and water plant.