Steam locomotive Ty 42-107 from Chabowka to Zakopane
Virginia & Truckee No. 25, a Baldwin 4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler, sits idling at the depot of the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City, NV next to one of the two pieces of equipment identified as Vir... (more)
Snippets of the glory days..... Although the Nevada Northern Railway is a working museum, and the equipment and facilities are in constant use, there are a few dusty corners in various bui... (more)
Not many places like this anymore.... The cavernous Nevada Northern Engine House in East Ely sits open to the morning light, on a Friday morning in February, as the museum gets ready for t... (more)
Pouring on the power. A pair of Nevada Northern's big horses take a heavy freight north on the mainline toward Hiline Junction on a clear, cool winter day. On the point is Baldwin #40, a ... (more)
Up the hill to McGill. Leaving Ely behind, a Nevada Northern mixed freight headed by 10-wheeler #40 crosses the big fill at Steptoe Creek, on the way north to McGill. To ensure a smooth tr... (more)
Black 5s 44871 & 45407 passing through Bolton with the final leg of the Tin Bath railtour to Manchester
Black 5s 44871 & 45407 climbing the 1 in 98 to Crow Nest Junction with the Tin Bath railtour en route from Preston to Sheffield
7820 Dinmore Manor poses at Loughborough Central station on the preserved Great Central Railway during an evening photo charter jointly organised by Timeline Events and East Midlands Railway Photo... (more)
Ely after dark.The Engineer and Conductor on Nevada Northern's Steptoe Valley Flyer converse briefly as their passenger train sits on the platform of East Ely's 1921-vintage railroad depot.... (more)
All three surviving G5s', yes I said three, ran on Long Island. Many know about #5741, which sits inside the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania beautifully restored cosmetically. But, on August 29, 1... (more)
Southern Railway S15 4-6-0 825 passes Moorgates with 16:30 Grosmont to Pickering service on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
It is a real pleasure to re-discover my own B&W pictures today. The easiness of use of a good scanner makes wonders on my Tri-X medium-size negatives (120).