A Roger Puta Photograph
An empty Maintenance of Way equipment train passes through the town of Thomasville on the way to Linwood and points South.
As part of the photo charter schedule, the 1702 was turned on the new Armstrong turntable at Bryson City allowing for a photo opportunity before leading the train back East to Dillsboro.
Newly renovated 611 gets a bath on her 65th birthday in preparation for her historic homecoming run to Roanoke the following day
On my way back to Michigan (three hours from where this ex-LS&I locomotive used to call home) I was fortunate enough to catch a disguised Western Maryland 734 turning in Frostburg, Maryland. I did... (more)
I imagine all these old beasts telling stories late into the night, chuckling at all the fools running around taking their pictures and generally feeling good that they have cheated the grim reape... (more)
The highlight of Orange Empire's narrow gauge collection is a 2-6-0 once owned by Disney animator Ward Kimball. Kimball rescured her from scrap during the great depression and restored her for se... (more)
July 4th 2011, McKeen Motor Car #22 and Virginia and Truckee #25 in front of the NSRM Station
July 4th 2011, McKeen Motor Car #22 on the turntable at NSRM
Southern 630 rolls onto the Summerville turntable. Shot from the public viewing area through safety bars.
With VO1000 #142
Became BN #97.
EBT 15 simmers by the yard office under a spectacular sunset before taking out the Night Train more than an hour late.
Table operator and hostler wait for the word to move 765.