1250 was built at Hillside, Dunedin in 1949 and was among the last steam engines built for New Zealand rails. On this day 1250 was making probably the last scheduled runs after serving the Glenbro... (more)
N&W 611 has NS Train 958, "The Caviler" all stopped on the NS Norfolk District Old Line at the depot and is looking fine in the afternoon sunshine.
Locomotive: NW 611
Moments after Luke Lohrmeyer and I first lay eyes on Norfolk and Western 611, NS Train 957 stomps out of Crewe past MP 132 at restricted speed delayed in block after stopping to correct an issue w... (more)
The excursion NS Train 958 is making great time on its trip into Petersburg, VA and 611 smokes it up passing under an overpass outside Sutherland.
After a crew change in the aptly named municipality, NS Train 958 is back underway with the steamlined lady barking out of town on the NS Norfolk District.
Number 9 "blows her nose." The crew of WW&F #9 conducts a slightly unorthodox procedure to steam-clean their engine's smokebox. Engineman Rick Sisson (center) works the cleaning... (more)
After being flagged by a signal at Jenkins, NS Train 958 was moving under restricted speed. That is, until they knocked down the clear signal about 1,500 feet west of our location, and the engine... (more)
The sound of of a deeply voiced steam whistle echoing through the valleys of the Great Smoky Mountains in western North Carolina is nothing short of beautifully harmonious. GSMR 1702 brings an exc... (more)
DHR B Class near Darjeeling
"Time Travel... What could very well be a scene a hundred years ago in 1917 Florida, in reality is one of the last runs of the "Orange Blossom Canonball" excursions out of Mount Dor... (more)
Ceres Rail Company oil fired 19D 3321 passes a Boer war blockhouse guarding the bridge over the Kromriver. These block houses were built during the Boer war by the British to protect the railway l... (more)
Ceres Rail Company oil fired 19D 3321 runs through a classic Cape scene of mountains and vineyards on her way back to Cape Town harbor with a day charter to Ceres
Starting to TurnEverett #11 approaches River Road on one of the two bridges over the Little Juniata River, having just left the former PRR Petersburg Branch. This was the second Pum... (more)