C&O 2765 (NKP 765 in disguise) makes a brief stop in Connersville. The steam and a string of covered hoppers hiding the CSX U-boat that was tagging along.
The last operating Lima Hamilton locomotive.
Built as Cincinnati Union Terminal 25, this switcher is one of six Lima-Hamilton 750-horsepower switchers delivered to CUT, the only examples of this model ever built. After a stint on the Cadilla... (more)
This cabbage-stacked 2-6-2 started life in 1919 at the Florala Saw Mill Company and later the Alger-Sullivan Lumber Company’s Escambia Railroad before being placed on display in 1954. It was resto... (more)
Mention East Broad Top to the average railfan, and their thoughts will generally go to the time capsule that is Orbisonia/Rockhill Furnace and the stable of six narrow gauge Mikados that were left... (more)
Two Small Heislers
Two of the smallest Heislers extant stand together at the Whitewater Valley Railroad at Connersvile, Indiana. They were purchased from the Maggie Valley tourist ... (more)
Whitewater Valley Railroad's beautifully restored Milwaukee Road SD10 pulls south past WVRR 25. The Lima built T-69-SA was built for Cincinnati Union Terminal in 1951, just three years before the ... (more)
Muncie & Western #8 is posed with a couple of Stillwell coaches on the Whitewater Valley Railroad. This locomotive is currently not operational, but plans are underway to restore it to operation ... (more)
Following a brief downpour, a New York Central painted Alco trundles into Nulltown, Indiana with an old combine in tow. The combine is making its first trip on the mainline after being out of ser... (more)
MILW 532 hustles her train back to Connersville on the Whitewater Valley Railroad. Thomas the Tank Engine has the honors of "pulling" from the other end of the train. For more informatio... (more)
J779 has tied up for the evening at Connersville, IN. 2311 is sitting on the Wells Lumber spur that was once part of the NKP/LE&W interchange with the B&O in Connersville.
"Just Another Day's Work"
Lima-Hamilton (25) sits outside of the shop building. In the background you see Whitewater Valley Railroad's Alco S-1 (9339) and SD10 (532) as they sit waiting for the season to start.
This picture serves as a historic milestone in Whitewater Valley's life. The first track into the new shop was completed and (Ex-CUT) WVRR #25 was shoved into the shops with the aid of NYC #9339 a... (more)