It is gala time again at Tanfield Railway and as always a night shoot is arranged before the weekend's festivities. Here is a line up of locomotives being used as they wait to enter the shed for t... (more)
Late morning silhouette Nevada Northern 2-8-0 No. 93 pulls a short freight over Steptoe Creek fill near East Ely, Nevada on a cold February 8, 2004. NNRy operates these special photo tr... (more)
Scotland at its most picturesque, early Spring on the line to the Isle of Skye, with an appropriate Black 5 loco and train of maroon Mk 1 coaches crossing the yellow gorse lined causeway below Cra... (more)
Down on the coast it's the rainy season - warm and wet - but above the clouds in the mountains near Asmara it's cool and dry. In these perfect conditions for steam loco photography, a charter frei... (more)
Eureka on the High Bridge. A late August afternoon finds the 1875-vintage Eureka & Palisade Number 4 hauling a passenger extra across the famous High Bridge above the Animas River at Tacoma... (more)
The NKP 765 rides the table as she is turned for the return trip to Huntington WV on one of the Collias P Huntingtons annual New River Train trips The turntable has long been gone from the Hinton ... (more)
Steamscape - Winter at Red Clay Creek. Delaware's Wilmington & Western Railroad follows the Red Clay Creek on its journey from Greenbank to Hockessin, crossing the waterway no fewer than 9 ... (more)
Seasons Greetings from Maine! In a scene sprinkled with a picturesque dusting of snow, WW&F Ry No 10 pulls a capacity trainful of Victorian Christmas riders across Humason Brook Trestle. www.wwfry... (more)
Cowboys meet Grand Canyon steam, a great end to a long day. A Lerro Productions charter.
Cass Shay #11 crosses Leatherbark Creek with the 3pm trip to Whittaker Station on a beautiful fall day.
Crossing the Rio Animas. Eureka & Palisade #4 leaves the dusty mining town of Silverton, Colorado behind her as she crosses the Animas River to begin her southbound journey to Durango. Th... (more)
The tempreature was well below freezing as Reefsteamers Class 25NC thunders past the photographer. The steam plume was longer than the train.
No, it really is not a model railroad! Consolidation #40 was leased in 2000 from the Georgetown Loop to celebrate the WP&Y centennial. Here, she powers a special photo freight.
A fitting end to the last day of the HTP charter was the final runbys near the crossing at King Road. A dramatic sky matched with a golden sunset really made those last shots memorable. Very nice ... (more)
Walking on water: Wielding a "calibrated ballast density meter," fellow RP contributor Bob Harbison inspects the... (more)