First day of Santa Trains
Pulling hard just below Silver Plume. The Georgetown Loop Railroad's freshly restored IRCA Consolidation #111 is pretty much at her limit with a heavy passenger train as she claws her way u... (more)
In more years of railway photography than I care to recall, the happy coincidence of a steam train, perfect light and a rainbow have been decidedly elusive. How strange then, that this item from m... (more)
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad's recently restored consolidation No. 1702 splits downtown Bryson City as the first Nantahala Gorge Excursion of the day departs on its westbound run.
Royal Hudson 2860 glides west along a reflection pond at Moberly, BC as it returns its train west to North Vancouver after touring eastern Canada and part of the U.S. as the Captain Cook Excursion... (more)
1702 leads a westbound train across the very end of the Tuckaseegee River, just before it feeds into Fontana Lake.
This tourist train runs on 760 mm gauge track, on what remains of a big log railway that once had a total length of 132 km (82 miles) - the largest in Czechoslovakia and has 20 km today (12.4 mile... (more)
On February 7, 2006, Union Pacific 2-8-0 No. 618 approaches Decker’s Bay with a freight train surrounded by Utah’s snowy Wasatch Mountains. The train is running alongside an ice-covered Deer Creek... (more)
D&SNG k-36 No. 486 clears sediment from the boiler as it rolls along the iconic Hi Line.
425 rolls through rural, PA on their way to Jim Thorpe.
Shortly before sunrise the 489 fills the morning air with smoke as it climbs toward Cumbres. This was part of a two day photo op sponsored by the Friends of the C&TS.
The first dusting of snow highlights the fall colors as No. 482 crosses the Timber Bridge over the Animas River. The bridge is relatively unchanged in appearance while being structurally maintain... (more)