The 0-6-0+0-6-0T #12 Mallet - Sweden's biggest narrow gauge steam locomotive - with a mixed passenger and freight train, in a typical Swedish landscape, on the Jädraås – Tallås Järnväg (JTJ) museu... (more)
The Decapod 56 548, former DR 52 7429, built in 1943 in Vienna Floridsdorf is the only remaining operational steam engine in Turkey. It is seen here with its passenger train bound for Afyonkarahis... (more)
Eastbound passenger train on Paulen bridge near Vennesla in Southern Norway
The massive plumes of smoke and cinders blot out the sun as WM 734 rounds Helmstetter's Curve on a Carl Franz Photo Special.
LNER B12 4-6-0 no. 8572 makes a lot of smoke as it departs from Weybourne station on the North Norfolk Railway
Nevada Northern No. 40 heads towards Keystone with a work train.
The last Animas crossing. As she leaves the Animas Gorge and enters Silverton, our Mixed Train crosses the Animas one last time on the timber bridge at MP 495.25. This is always a great ph... (more)
Along the Rio de las Animas Perdidas. The old D&RGW Silverton Line follows the valley of the Rio de las Animas Perdidas (River of Lost Souls) from Durango to Silverton. After passing Tacom... (more)
No. 734 approaches Frostburg station on a fall Carl Franz Photo Special.
Trespassing in Climax Territory. It's long been known that geared steam locomotives are the masters of logging track. "Logging track" is a kind way of saying track that is hastily... (more)
Portrait of the C&O Durbin Line. Folks who've read about, but never actually seen the old C&O Durbin Line may have formed a mental image of picturesque, well-manicured right-of-way along a ... (more)
A track maintenance crew are hard at work as Ex-Yugoslavian Railways Class 83, 0-8-2, No.83158, passes by with a rake of empty coal wagons on the 760 mm narrow gauge industrial line at Banovici in... (more)
GWR 4-6-0 Hall class 4965, "Rood Ashton Hall" is seen thundering through East Usk Junction in Newport, working the 1Z76 Cardiff Central - Tyseley Steam Trust -"The Red Dragon".... (more)
A David Williams / Tanago charter.