Timing is everything. While 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 h... (more)
They say when a ladybug lands on you, it's giving you good luck. And a ladybug landed on me in Sheffield Park. While British Railways Standard Class 5 No. 73082 "Camelot" wasn't on today's sched... (more)
Sierra number 3 coming up to milepost 44 and stopping for display as part of participation in the 2012 Amgen Tour bicycle race, on May 16th, 2012
A handsome product of ALCO's Cooke works freshly restored by the Everett Railroad pulls a fall excursion out of Hollidaysburg PA.
Ex L.N.E.R class B.1 61306 MAYFLOWER climbing up from Grosmont to Goathland with the 10.30 Grosmont - Pickering service.
Pan view of "George Hart's engine," lettered for the "Philadelphia & Reading," westbound on an excursion from Jim Thorpe to the high bridge at Hometown. Mr. Hart, the late fou... (more)
Tweetsie (ET&WNC) #12 has just been cut off from its train and is headed to the locomotive shop, as the sun sets on another fun-filled day at the Tweetsie Amusement Park!
Built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913 Class D10h 4-6-0 CP 1095 now sits on display at the Kingston Visitor Centre. (Former Kingston Inner Station on the Kingston & Pembroke Rail... (more)