Gasoline Loco #2 Gas-Mechanical locomotive #2 was made at the Vulcan Iron Works of Wilkes-Barre, PA.
It was probably originally powered with a Ford “Model T” automobile motor ... (more)
Number 5 is a Baldwin 2-4-2T 1906 built steam locomotive that was used for several decades as a logging engine in the mountains of New Hampshire. In the 1950's the Clark brothers began to rescue s... (more)
The Flying Yankee - Built for the MEC and B&M railroads in 1935, this interesting relic is now resting on property of the Hobo Railroad.
I'll Call This a Trainbow - After the last train ride of the day a seasonal worker, sporting a Ben & Jerry's tie-dye shirt, washes down this finely kept Climax 6 steam locomotive.
Retired Boston & Maine/MBTA Buddliner cars sit along a siding in Lincoln, NH. Clearly, these cars have seen better days.
Outside the Loon Mountain ski resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire sits East Branch & Lincoln 0-4-0 #3. This locomotive is one of three remaining EB&L steam locomotives, and was built by Porter in 191... (more)
The 1 pm Hobo Railroad train departs Lincoln, crossing the Kancamagus Highway. The locomotive was built for Maine Central Railroad in 1949 and in its second life has been a longtime primary locomo... (more)
On display at Clark's Trading Post in North Woodstock, NH. Info borrowed from Clark's website.
"This Shay was built by Lima Locomotive Works at Lima Ohio in Dec 1917 as builder no. 2958. I... (more)
The 3 pm Hobo Railroad train departs Lincoln, crossing the Kancamagus Highway. The locomotive was built for Maine Central Railroad in 1949 and in its second life has been a longtime primary locomo... (more)
The Flying Yankee was built in 1935 for Maine Central and Boston and Maine Railroads for a passenger train to be jointly run between the two lines. The carbodys were built by Budd with the electri... (more)
One of the lead RDCs of the Roger Williams train set sits on display in Lincoln, NH at the Hobo Railroad. The middle units of the five car set were standard Budd RDCs, but the end units were modif... (more)
Logs coming off the hill. In a scene that was likely a daily occurrence a century ago, the former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 brings a couple of loads of timber off the mountain, backi... (more)
The wood-line. Of the three major types of fuel used by steam locomotives, wood is probably the most time-consuming to load. Unlike coal and oil, which can be poured into a tender from ded... (more)
TLC for Baldwin #5. During a break between runs, Engineer Al spends a few minutes oiling around on the 1906 vintage, East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5. In this shot, he's oiling and making... (more)