LMS Black 5 5MT "The Sherwood Forrester" almost at the end of the 15 mile 1 in 100 climb from Settle on a misty early autumn day
Vladimir Lenin's funeral train is preserved in the Moscow Railway Museum. Locomotive U-127 is the only surviving locomotive of it's type, and was the Soviet Union's first and only locomotive to be... (more)
12P class, built by Beyer Peacock in 1906 for Ferrocarril Sud, preserved in Ferroclub Argentino (Tolosa).
CNW 1385 is the only example of their R-1 class engine surviving. Built in March 1907 it was one of 325 R-1s acquired between 1901-1908. Retired in 1956, it was purchased by the Historical Society... (more)
Recently restored and displayed in its hometown. Restored two years ago, CP 1095 is displayed in Confederation Park in Kingston, the city where Canadian Locomotive Company built it in 1913.
As the first day of Tweetsie Railroad Heritage Weekend comes to a close, number 12 simmers in downtown, framed by a few pink flowers across the tracks.
As both steam crews work hard for the photo runby's, the double header crosses Dead Horse Trestle just before dusk in Blowing Rock, NC.
With engineer Jesse Hoyle behind the throttle, former ET&WNC Baldwin Ten Wheeler number 12 works hard as she comes through an s curve leaving town.
As the number 12 cuts away from Coach 5, Mikado 190 comes around the back of the steam shop and into town. The 190 will unload it's train, reverse back around the shop, and couple with the 12 for... (more)
7828 Norton Manor at Kentsford Farm on the West Somerset Railway.
ET&WNC Ten Wheeler number 12 puts on a magnificent show as she double heads with 190 for a photo runby on Railfan Weekend.