TE&G went out with a literal "bang" during the last weekend of January. Had never seen so many people out chasing in Lake County, ever!
This is first to last run of TE&G out of Tavares. They had to take on some fuel (wood) before heading out, allowing for a little show.
Baldwin K-36 No. 486 with the first section of todays trains from Durango to Silverton simmers while the passengers explore Silverton. The second section has backed into the station and has unlo... (more)
D&NE 28 is reunited with its tender for the first time in months as the restoration of this former DM&IR 2-8-0 continues, with official steam-up runs occurring in June.
Baldwin class of 1944 from ATSF in Sacramento. This 2-10-4, recently received a cosmetic touch up to make its appearance less of the eye sore that it was in recent years. Wouldn't it have been som... (more)
Charging up the Blue Ridge Grade, NW 611 is working hard with the fully loaded "Powhatan Arrow" bound for Lynchburg and return to Roanoke. The CPL signals in this image are original NW s... (more)
Working upgrade past the Carpenters Cemetery, former Great Western 90 has the 11am train on its rear knuckle on this dreary Spring day.
Missabe 2-8-8-4 227 and a Milwaukee Road boxcab electric, displayed side-by-side, are the highlights of a visit to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth, Minn.
Missabe 227 has the largest cab I've ever been inside (and that includes several Big Boys!). The engineer seat is open to visitors at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth.
Clouds hang low on the surrounding mountains as Baldwin K-36 No. 486, with the train from Durango to Silverton, passes through Rockwood.
Baldwin K-36 with the train from Antonito Co.to Chama NM. drifts down the 2% grade from Cumbres Pass to Chama.
Sierra Railway No. 28 undergoes extensive rebuilding in the Railtown 1897 roundhouse.
A trip from Steamtown to the Delaware Water Gap and back re-creates part of the famous "Phoebe Snow" train. Here, the train passes the former DL&W station.
Little snow remains from Winter Storm Stella, as SRC #90 blasts her way out Leaman Place Junction on a 70 degree Saturday afternoon.
Engineer Russ Shurtleff takes a tug at the throttle as his fireman Spencer Glass arrives for another day of work on the high iron aboard the Road to Paradise.