Westbound Southern Freight. Shortly after leaving the Grand Junction Yard, a westbound Southern Freight slowly ambles across the South Chickamauga Creek Bridge toward downtown Chattanooga, ... (more)
Got smoke? The storied Southern Mikado #4501 bursts out of the west portal of the 19th century Missionary Ridge Tunnel in East Chattanooga, TN on a smokey run-by for photographers, during a... (more)
Reporting for work. A pair of Southern Railway engine shop employees prepare to start the second shift near the turntable in the East Chattanooga Yard. Locomotive service jobs were among t... (more)
Bridges over South Chickamauga. A Southern Railway Freight rumbles across the steel girder bridge over South Chickamauga Creek, headed Compass East toward the Grand Junction Yard, roughly a... (more)
A mighty freight hog. The Fireman on Southern Railway Consolidation #630 leans out of his cab, watching for the Trainman's next signal to move, as his locomotive performs switching operatio... (more)
Leaving Snowy Jim Thorpe. A band of overnight snow showers have pretty much abated as Reading & Northern's #425 takes a passenger train north out of Jim Thorpe Station. The restored CNJ S... (more)
MM 124.9 - Glen Onoko. A light snow begins to fall in the rock cut at Glen Onoko as the Reading & Northern's Locomotive 425 hustles her express passenger train out of the Lehigh Gorge, towa... (more)
Dashing through the snow. At track speed, a Reading & Northern express passenger train races south toward Glen Onoko, through a snow storm in the Lehigh River Gorge.
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Moonlight over Cataract Creek. Both of the Grand Canyon's active steam engines pose on the wooden trestle at Cataract Creek, just outside Williams, AZ on a chilly February evening. Moonlig... (more)
Sunset finale at Miller's Wash. The desert sunset bursts through Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29's pony truck as she charges south over the Miller's Wash Trestle with stablemate #4960.
On the Dark Side at Miller's Wash (MP 36.1). The desert shadows are getting very long in the dry riverbed at Miller's Wash as the Grand Canyon Railway's two big oil-burners make track speed... (more)
Golden hour at Miller's Wash. With the sun descending rapidly toward the horizon, our Grand Canyon Steam Doubleheader charges across the wooden trestle over the dry stream bed known as Mill... (more)
Charging through Willaha. The Grand Canyon Railway's two steam engines charge southbound through the rural crossing at Willaha County Road (MP 37.7) with a special edition of the Williams F... (more)
Highball at Willaha. Both of the Grand Canyon Railway's steamers combine to haul 8 heavy, Harriman Commuter Cars south past the siding at Willaha (MP 37.7) on their southbound run back to W... (more)
Meet me at Willaha. Our Lerro Productions steam charter holds the siding at Willaha (MP 37.7) to allow the Grand Canyon Railway's regularly daily passenger train, the Williams Flyer, to cha... (more)