A pair of former SP F7A units bring the road train up beside the LNW home office.
Some kid in Hinton, West Virginia had the perfect situation for a very young railfan. Not only could he watch the heavy traffic on the Chesapeake & Ohio main line from... (more)
Amidst the photographers gathered at the reunion of steam at Strasburg Railroad this past October, the opportunity presented itself to introduce my HO scale 611 to the r... (more)
K-37 #491 makes laps around the short 1/3 mile museum loops while Thomas makes laps on the G scale garden layout.
This former Milwaukee Road SW1 moves a cut of empty tank cars stored on the shortline Wisconsin Great Northern.
Just over ten years ago, NJT set out to find a passenger car that would increase capacity, but fit inside the Hudson River Tunnels. Problem solved! ...but something tell... (more)
When we arrived at the Ratmalana Works the staff pulled miniature steam locomotive SLR 001 out of its running shed. Its gauge is 1’ 4 ½” making it a quarter scale model. This model seems to be in ... (more)
We're a Great Big Rollin' Railroad
One of Union Pacific Railroad's most popular Goodwill Ambassadors is a miniature train. Built in UP's Omaha locomotive and rail car repair shops in 1956, the mini-train is sometimes called the "Pr... (more)
NJT 4641 sits out a Saturday afternoon inside the MMC. Can you spot the O Scale ALP46?
Mini-train passing standard gauge equipment. The Toronto Railway Museum's mini-train passes some preserved equipment, including GP7 CN 4803. In the background at left is the base of the CN ... (more)
Built by Alco in 1941 for the South Buffalo Railway as their 73 then to Fort Howard Paper Company (now Georgia-Pacific - Green Bay Mill) as their 63-146. The museum acquired the engine in 2006 and... (more)
A couple of F's at the Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad as a former C&NW F7A rolls past a parade float.
Reading G-1sa Pacific #111 - Built by the Reading Company
The 10th preserved Reading built steam engine that you never knew about - yes, it's a scale model, but this 1930's functional... (more)