The original #7002 was scrapped, so they had to renumber #8063 to represent the so called land speed record setter of steam engines. Here with #94 coming up beside her.
PRR Class E6s 4-4-2 #460
PRR #460 is seen here at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania after a six year cosmetic restoration that began in March of 2010 and was completed on October 16... (more)
With light rays shooting all around the locomotive, Hostler Dave Lotfi, greases the pins on SRC #90 in preparation for a steam revenue freight train. For information on when the railroad runs thes... (more)
Dave Lotfi climbs up onto SRC #90 in the golden sunrise of a brisk spring morning. This day calls for an early steam revenue freight train and soon railfans and riders will be arriving early to li... (more)
Spunky, chunky CNJ No. 113 blasts across Main St in Landingville, PA with a holiday train full of happy passengers. Engineer Christopher Bost is running at track speed but with No. 113's tiny 51&q... (more)
Spring is here on the Road to Paradise. SRC #90, a former Great Western decapod, hauls a 6 car mixed train back to East Strasburg along Long Curve. If you want information on when these steam powe... (more)
Steam freight rides again on the Strasburg Rail Road! SRC #90 had the duties on a cool April 5th, Spring, morning. If you want to catch one of these freight trains pulled by a steam locomotive be ... (more)
The 1927 "Raleigh" Replica
The "Raleigh" was the first steam locomotive to operate in North Carolina. This replica was built in 1927 by the Seaboard Air Line shops and was donated to th... (more)
Louisville Cement #11 has found it's way back on display at the main parking entrance at the Kentucky Railway Museum. While heavy lifting equipment was on site placing a turntable the opportunity ... (more)
Nevada Northern No. 40 passes through tunnel 1 while hauling a cut of boxcars up the keystone route.
Death Valley Railroad,Baldwin 2-8-0 No.2,on display at the Borax Museum in Furnace Creek. It was used to transport Borax from Ryan to the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad for shipping.
Southern Railway veteran #630 handles the TVRM's Missionary Ridge Local one beautiful April afternoon, steaming through the lush spring landscapes of suburban Chattanooga.
Baldwin K-36 No. 482 drops the fire after a long day. The 482 will retire to the shop for overnight servicing and be ready to roll first thing in the morning.
On a crisp winter morning, K-36 number 489 pulls the annual Christmas Train out of Chama on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad