Wilmington & Western's Alco 4-4-0 from the class of 1909 passes by the Wooddale Covered Bridge in New Castle County.
Beautiful steam loc in the Golden Spike National Historical Park.
“Nine Score and Four Years Ago”Northern Central Railway’s “York” hauls a four coach passenger train south through Seitzville on the return leg of a Howard Tunnel excursion on ... (more)
Dardanelle & Russellville #8. Standing guard by the entrance to the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City is a locomotive that I've seen a number of times, but never had the opportuni... (more)
Inyo takes a few laps. Just a few minutes before the conclusion of train operations on the final day of the July, 2022 "Great Western Steam-Up" at the Nevada State Railroad Museum... (more)
Eureka on the point. Eureka & Palisade #4, a beautiful, 1875 Baldwin, 4-4-0 narrow gauge wood-burner, rounds the curve at the north end of the Nevada State Railroad Museum's dual-gauge loop... (more)
V&T Survivor: #22 "Inyo" shines in the afternoon sun. Seen here returning to the museum shops after a special excursion during the July, 2022 "Great Western Steam-Up", V... (more)
V&T Survivor: #12 "Genoa". Named for a small town in Western Nevada, V&T Locomotive #12 is another one of the V&T survivors that hasn't seen daylight in a long time. Sent to the ... (more)
V&T Survivor: #18 "Dayton". This beautiful, 1873-vintage 4-4-0 is Number 18, Dayton. Unlike many of her sisters, she didn't come from back east. She was built in Sacramento, in th... (more)
V&T Survivor: #11 "Reno".....back home in Nevada at last. Ending one of the sadder chapters in the storied history of the Virginia & Truckee Railway, the long-lost queen of that l... (more)
Virginia and Truckee, Baldwin 4-4-0 no 22, the Inyo, built in 1875, is prepped at the station for a train ride featuring a restored Virginia and Truckee Passenger car.
Eureka and Palisade narrow gauge 4-4-0 no 4 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875 Is on the US national Register of Historic Places.
Virginia & Truckee 2-4-0 No. 18 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873 and named Dayton
Virginia & Truckee 4-4-0 No12 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1873 named the Genoa was removed from its home in the California State Railroad Museum for the occasion.
After turning Virginia and Truckee No. 11 The Reno, 180 degrees on the turntable the museum personal stop to admire the engine. Built by Baldwin in1872 the engine is being restored to operational ... (more)