Mile HighNevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 sends a exhaust plume high in the air as she climbs towards Moser Cut.
Two feet to the quarries. Maine's 6-mile Monson Railroad existed primarily to move slate from quarries in the Monson area to a connection with the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, where it coul... (more)
The glory days are now long gone! Once a busy yard under Canadian Pacific ownership and then under Quebec Central, the yard at Vallée-Jonction struggle to survive. There is plans to get the railro... (more)
Southern Railway’s Only Berkshire
During the steam era, the Southern Railway never rostered any locomotives of the 2-8-4 wheel arrangement. In 1981, however, that changed when the ... (more)
Rio Grande Southern, Galloping Goose No. 5, at Rockwood, on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
1218 has just exited the 213 ft long Point Tunnel. This is the first of many tunnels she will pass through as she climbs the famous Southern Loops to Asheville, NC.
Replica locomotive Puffing Billy takes visitors for a short ride on Beamish waggonway. Designed to illustrate train travel in 1825. The original Puffing Billy was built in 1813 for transporting co... (more)
With the servicing stop near Cajon Junction, UP 4014 leads Big Boy 4014 and the UP steam program's support cars upgrade toward the towering Mormon Rocks as the massive 4-8-8-4 continues on its jou... (more)
2-6-2 T steamlocomotive Ec 3/5 # 3 of the former Mittel-Thurgau-Bahn (MThB), now with association historic Mittel-Thurgau-Bahn (VHMThB) and based in Romanshorn, on the turntable in Wil (SG) on the... (more)
Royal Hudson 2839 is giving it all she’s got pulling a heavy train of NRHS convention attendees north through Burnley Station, Virginia on Labor Day weekend, 1979. The train is trying to make up t... (more)
Snow begins to fall as Nevada Northern No. 40 races towards Ely with the Steptoe Valley Flyer, passing through tunnel 1.
NNRy 40 climbs upgrade out of the one remaining tunnel on the line to Ruth, NV.
Right at HomeNevada Northern 4-6-0 #40 posed for a few short minutes at the coaling tower before turning for the next morning's photo runs towards Keystone.
Let There be Light
In the beginning, the desert vista between Williams, AZ and the Grand Canyon was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface. We had been forewarned days pri... (more)