A Canadian Northern Ten-Wheeler. CN 1112 was built in 1912 by the Montreal Locomotive Works for the Canadian Northern Railway as CNOR 1112 and as a coal burner. During its CN career it woul... (more)
Once upon a time, this 1920 Porter was the regular power for excursions on the Wanamaker, Kempton and Southern. In fact, the railroad even built a tender for her so the crew didn't have to work a... (more)
Here's some more oddities in Middle River: ILSX 922, former Lake Terminal 1015, ILSX 1337, former CP 778, and a Soo Line flat car with various parts. This is one of two groups of storage equipme... (more)
August 2011 was the last time an SW1 puffed a blue cloud of smoke up the Red Clay Valley. On June 24th, 2014, 114 pulled it's first train since then and the following weekend marked it's first Hoc... (more)
An ex Family Lines caboose #211722 lives out her retirement on the back side of the Warsaw Wye, in an all but extinct livery.
Motive power sits opposite of her current resting place.
The Martinsburg Helper sits in the siding next to the old B&O Freight House in April 1995.
Up to the 1960ies this former station has an important role as water station for the steam engines of the FCAB. Nowadays the steam is gone and the diesel locos are running through the station with... (more)
View looking out Lehigh Valley 112 going through Black River & Western's Ringoes yard.
Rear of roundhouse in Cheyenne yard. Plenty to look at but no-one could get up close.
Locomotive depot Sofia. Works for recovery a musem steam locomotive 46.03, type 2-12-4 made in by built by Cegielski - Poland in 1931 year
Cass Projects: Meadow River Shay #7. Sitting on the deadline in the Cass Yard is a little, 70-ton Shay that is missing an awful lot of parts. Were it not for the history that this machine ... (more)
UPY 1103 (SW1500) waits with other tired UP engines in the Dead Line at the Burnham Yard, hopeful that another chance at life happens via sale at a future auction. Many of the former SW1500 resid... (more)