The 1928 built steam locomotive #20 on the way from Haltingen to Kandern on the heritage railway „Kandertalbahn“.
A tight fit. With her end-of-day servicing complete, Boothbay Railway Village's Henschel #6 gingerly backs into the museum's little engine shed, adjacent to the Thorndike Station. The 6 j... (more)
Bedtime blow-down. Sitting right in front of the Boothbay Railway Village engine house, Henschel #6 undergoes a quick firebox blow-down, before backing into quarters for the night. In this... (more)
Servicing at Thorndike. Having completed all of the day's scheduled runs and having left the passenger consist at Freeport Station, Boothbay's Henschel #6 undergoes servicing at the pit jus... (more)
Climbing the hill to Freeport Station. Boothbay Railway Village's 4PM excursion, behind Henschel #6, climbs the little hill past the duck pond, en route to the Freeport Station, at the muse... (more)
A long way from home. Boothbay Railway Henschel Locomotive #6 is a long way from her "birthplace" as she hauls an hourly excursion around her "retirement home" in Maine.... (more)
Running circles around 100 years of Maine history. Boothbay Railway Village's excursion train charges up the grade from Freeport Station to Thorndike Station as it makes its hourly circuit ... (more)
Departing Thorndike. Boothbay Railway Village's hourly excursion train departs Thorndike Station after a brief stop to drop off and take on passengers. The power this day is Henschel #6, o... (more)
Not such a gem. Nord vertical boilered 0-4-0T No 2.014 was photographed at the La Chapelle Depot, Paris in 1935. There were 35 of these little engines known as 'Ink Pots' built in 1878-89. Photo b... (more)
The little 0-4-0T steamer #20 is hauling a passenger train between Haltingen and Kandern on the Kandertalbahn touristic railway line in southern Germany.
The little steam locomotive 0-4-0T #20 is arriving at the Haltingen Kandertalbahn station with a mixed train. The engine has been built by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft Karlsruhe in 1928.
The little steam locomotive 0-4-0T #20 has recently been transferred from the Achertal to the Kandertalbahn in southern Germany. The engine has been built in 1928 by the Maschinenbaugesellschaft K... (more)
Locomotive "Minnetonka." The 0-4-0, wood-burning, Saddle Tanker "Minnetonka" was the first locomotive to see service for the Northern Pacific Railway. Weighing a scant 1... (more)
Parade of Power: Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Steam at Clark's. Kicking off the 2-day celebration of the 60th anniversary of the White Mountain Central Railroad, all 5 of the line's ... (more)
A small narrow gauge contractors 0-4-0T is shunting tubs at the site of Colombes station that was being rebuilt. Photo by the late George Grigs.