Built by MLW in 1942, 4-8-4 CN 6200 is now on display in a park outside the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
Number plate and class lights now in place. Work on cosmetic restoration of 4-8-4 CN 6200 continues, with a number plate on the nose now and class lights now placed.
Recently restored SP 2355 at Pioneer Park in Mesa, AZ
My late grandparents (on the left) give a sense of scale to two of the world's greatest steam locomotives- C&O H-8 No. 1604 and N&W Class A No. 1218. The location is the old Roanoke Transportatio... (more)
Canadian Pacific 4-4-0 No. 29 was on display outside Gulf Canada Square for more than 20 years. It was originally built in Montreal in 1887 and came to Calgary with CP when the company moved its h... (more)
In the Hall of Honor. As you tour the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History, The General is the last exhibit you see before exit. As I left the facility, I could not resist thi... (more)
The General - Original or Replica? The General, as we see it today, bears only a passing resemblance to the locomotive that was the subject of the "Great Locomotive Chase" in 1862. For o... (more)
Colorado Railroad Museum 491 on turntable
734 stands on exhibition, no steam, brought over to Cumberland for "Heritage Days" event. Behind her is caboose 1813, redone in bright red in the older WM paint scheme. Also is Plymouth ... (more)
Recently debuted, cosmetic restoration of the "Lindbergh Engine," PRR Atlantic #460.
The enormous Espee Cab Forward, occupies a large portion of CSRM.
North Pacific Coast "Sonoma."
In the same park where the hulk of 4449 was languishing was this beauty, SP&S 700. Good to see that both of these beautiful Northerns have been restored to glory.
Paired with an original Virginia & Truckee combine, 4-4-0 #12, "Genoa" is on display inside an 1884 Phoenix Bridge Company truss bridge at the California State Railroad Museum. Both &qu... (more)
One of my favorite Virginia & Truckee locomotives, "J. W. Bowker" is a 1875 product of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co. Currently on display beneath the train shed of the reconstructed Central Pacif... (more)