Western Maryland 734 and crew including Rosie the Riviter pose after the April 2nd Photo Special
Sumpter Valley's Crew. The crews of the two Sumpter Valley Fall Photo Trains pose with their locomotives just prior to a lunch stop in Sumpter, Oregon. From left to right: Lon Wall - Work ... (more)
A couple of the railroad's finest continue late into the night working on Wilmington & Western's 0-6-0 #58. A stack of pizza's have recently arrived which explains the men's absence! In actualit... (more)
Two ladies work in the shop of the Wilmington & Western during a night photo event sponsored by the railroad. No. 58 is an 0-6-0 the railroad hopes to have operating in 2016.
While the fresh crew of #98 takes a breather before their run, a female hostling crew makes a couple of last minute preparations before departure. Lighting by Barry, Barry, and Burkhart, Photogra... (more)
A young lady rises over a ladder on the roof of the power car 410 101 of the German ICE-S high speed test train, which is standing in front of the north portal of the new Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT... (more)
San Luis and Rio Grande fireman (fireperson?) Monica Johnson poses with San Luis Central 2-8-0 No. 1 on the morning of September 1, 2013, at Monte Vista, Colorado.
Rosie The Riveters taking a break to talk a little girl talk.
We can do it! That was the slogan on the recruiting posters during the early 1940s, as American women joined the massive effort to defeat the Axis powers in World War II. At the beginning ... (more)
Sparkee in her office. Although she's posing for the cameras this day as "Rosie the Riveter", Strasburg Rail Road employee Andrea B. is actually right at home in the cab of Strasb... (more)
The warrior back home. In the darkest of days in 1942, the bad guys were still winning on all fronts. The Axis Powers had built huge fleets of tanks, ships and aircraft and America, well..... (more)
Canada's "Rosie" After spending an afternoon making her CN Mogul look pristine, this Canadian "Rosie" takes a minute to enjoy the warm evening light that's bathing the T... (more)
1945 or 2015?...the difference is lipstick and bandanas! This simple scene of female railroad yard workers was intended to re-enact a time during World War II when women filled many blue-c... (more)