McKeen car on the back forty. V&T Motor Car #22 takes a trip around the museum's loop track, seen here on the west side, where the vegetation and terrain look just a bit more rural than els... (more)
Glenbrook's front office. An NSRM Engine Crew poses for a portrait in the cab of the newly restored, narrow gauge locomotive "Glenbrook". In the left seat, keeping the fires bur... (more)
Wishes do come true.... Veteran NSRM Engineer Bill Kohler prepares a young fan for his first close-up experience with a steam locomotive, during the museum's annual 4th of July Spectacular.... (more)
The faces of railroading. The engineer and fireman of SP 5021 take a minute to pose in front of the engine they ran today with a supervisor joining in for the photo opportunity. RailGiants Train M... (more)
It fits!!....just barely. V&T Motor Car #22's Motorman leans out of his cab waiting for his car to be turned on the NSRM Turntable, in preparation for returning to quarters for the night. ... (more)
All that's left from the "Last Spike" consist. Although the May 10th, 1869 completion of the first transcontinental railroad was a seminal moment in the history of the United Stat... (more)
Edwards Motor Car on Parade. Tucson, Cornelia and Gila Bend Railroad Motor Car #401 is all decked out in holiday bunting as she leads off the Nevada State Railroad Museum's morning "Pa... (more)
Two examples of Southern Railway EMD motive power are seen resting in the display yard at Grand Junction just after sunset on a hot summer night.
What once was the front of a former Southern Pacific Cadillac is now reduced to a lawn ornament for a local tourist outfit. The 4405, as far as I know, was one of the Port of Tillamook Railroad's ... (more)
"Glenbrook" is back! The Nevada State Railroad Museum can now claim to have TWO, 1875-era, wood-burning locomotives that can operate under their own power. After years of painst... (more)
McKeen Car on Parade. The NSRM's restored V&T Motor Car #22 makes one of several runs around the museum's loop track during the morning "Parade of Trains" on July 4th weekend in 2... (more)
As the sun begins to warm the surrounding New Mexico landscape an SD40-3 trio lead the empty coal drag heads for the mines to load up and return to the Plant.
Stepping off.... The V&T's 10-Wheeler #25 kicks off another morning "Parade of Trains" as she leaves the Wabuska Depot and heads out onto the museum's main line loop. Waiting in... (more)
V&T #25 on the table. V&T 10-wheeler #25 positions herself on the Nevada State Railroad Museum's "Armstrong Turntable", which will shortly be turned to put her on a lead that will... (more)