The John Molson has just arrived at Hays Station. It was built by Kawasaki as a replica of an 1840's-era Canadian steam engine.
Back in steam. After not steaming since 2016, the John Molson was back in steam at Exporail this past weekend. Here it departs Barrington Station during a brief period of sunshine. I... (more)
Beuth. 2-2-2 steam locomotive manufactured by Borsig, first delivered in 1843. In 1912, a replica of the locomotive was constructed which is housed in the German Museum of Technology in Berlin tod... (more)
Union Works class of 1851.
two different epoches of german railway While shunting in the Mainstation of Fürth the "Adler" a rebuild of the first german railway Shunts meets a modern ICE, heading through the Station in dire... (more)
Cumberland Valley Railroad's No. 13 "Pioneer"
The Pioneer was built in 1851, by the Union Works in South Boston, Massachusetts. It was purchased by the Cumberland Valley Rail Road and us... (more)
Built only 13 years apart. While VIA 6921 at left and the 'John Molson' steam engine at right are from different era's of railroading, they were only built 13 years apart. VIA 6921 was buil... (more)
Steam engine now turned The 'John Molson' has just been spun on the ex-CP turntable at Exporail and will soon back out. At right some people enjoy the turntable demonstration. Even more peo... (more)
White steam meets white clouds. The 'John Molson' engine is passing CN 30 at Exporail as the white steam seeems to merge with the white clouds.
Steam stopped at Barrington Station. The engineer pf the 'John Molson' steam engine talks to a number of Exporail visitors who are interested in hearing more about steam engines. It is stop... (more)
Steaming bast a big M. The John Molson steam engine has just been steamed up and is about to stretch its legs for the first time today. It is passing CP 4563, an MLW M630.
Putting the 'arm' in armstrong turntable. Exporail's John Molson steam engine goes for a spin on the ex-CP turntable (originally from St-Lin, Qc). The turntable is being pushed by a ... (more)