Top Ten of 2016. With the year almost over, here's a look back at my Top 10 favorite shots from 2016.5. One of my favorite places to visit is the ever-expanding 2-foot emp... (more)
Barking up the Ferguson grade and I mean this 2-8-0 was giving it all she has coming up the grade and it was really cool to watch it to. And as you can tell it was giving us a good smoke show also... (more)
The last day of 2016 is quiet at the Whippany Railway Museum. On an otherwise cloudy day the sun illuminates Southern Railway 385.
Snow is falling as Milwaukee Road 261 prepares to depart St. Paul Union Depot.
Fireman Jim DeRocher aboard Milwaukee Road 261
Milwaukee 261 steams on the grounds of the St. Paul Union Depot during its annual "North Pole Express" runs.
Top Ten of 2016. With the year almost over, here's a look back at my Top 10 favorite shots from 2016.6. I can't have a Top 10 list without a few steam shots, so here's the... (more)
Locomotive number 119, makes a shove east, on the Union Pacific Spur.
Every year, for a few day, in between Christmas, and New Year, the Golden Spike National Historic Site, does their winter ste... (more)
Cowan Railroad Museum #1 was built Porter-Type 2-4-2 tank engine for the Cherokee Brick Company in Macon, GA in 1920. It was one of the main locomotive for their small industrial railway operation... (more)
With an additional three cars, SRC #90 climbs Cherry Hill on the way back to East Strasburg on a public freight run. Be sure to check out the Strasburg Railroad Facebook Page for information about... (more)
Looking Back At 2016
When it comes to trains, it's hard to beat the "Queen of Steam". Here we have jumped back to the month of May when the 611 made her excursion runs on the mainline. In this ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad G5s Juniata class of 1924 with E7 5901 in background.
Pennsylvania Railroad D16sb class "American" type, Altoona Works class of 1905 and star of the 1969 film; "Hello, Dolly!" (sorry, Barbara Streisand) Ronks, PA June 2016.
The "Trek to Tennessee" Special approaches its final stop for the day in Dexter, MO.
The N&W Class J 611 heads east over the James River Trestle on this cold, rainy day. The engine was being moved for the upcoming weekend excursion at Manassas, Va.