SR 777 'Sir Lamiel' departs Loughborough with the 1030 to Leicester North during the GCR Winter Steam Gala.
LMS 45305 & SR 34053 'Sir Keith Park' storm away from Loughborough with the 0900 to Leicester North during the GCR Winter Steam Gala.
The Pines Express was a named passenger train that ran daily... (more)
GWR 6990 'Witherslack Hall' departs Loughborough with the 0945 Loughborough - Leicester North during the GCR Winter Steam Gala
Out on the Hi Line a work train has taken the siding to let a westbound passenger train pass.
Long Island Railroad G5s 4-6-0 #39
This is the boiler of a PRR built LIRR steam engine captured on a foggy morning in December, 2015. It's located on the deadline at the Strasburg Rai... (more)
Canadian Pacific 4-6-0 #972 awaits a hopeful return to service at the Strasburg Railroad. A partially-built Belpaire firebox was added by SRC in 1997-98 - an attempt, long before the arrival of ... (more)
Locomotive 40 moves about the East Ely Yard in preparation for the day's work. This staged scene was part of the 2015 Winter Photo Weekend at the Nevada Northern.
Two steam locomotives simmer in the cool night air in mid February. One is about to depart with the railroad's passenger train, the Steptoe Flyer. The other, engine 93, is waiting for the passenge... (more)
Engine number 40 brings the Steptoe Flyer past the water column and up to the East Ely Depot for boarding. This staged scene was part of the 2015 Winter Photo Weekend at the Nevada Northern.
LNER B1 61306 "Mayflower" heading across the Cheshire plain to Chester with the Cathedrals Express from London Euston
46100 "Royal Scot" was built in 1927,to handle 100 mph express services from London to Scotland.The loco was chosen to represent Britain at the 1933 'Century of Progress' exhibition in C... (more)
British Railways Standard Class 5 No. 73082 "Camelot" wasn't on today's schedule, it was out and about performing mainline test runs between the two trains that were hauling passengers. ... (more)
Returning to Ely from Keystone. It is amazing this operation still survives under it's inept management.