My great, great uncle Robert F. McKee, Sr., was a design engineer at Baldwin and he would give my father different Baldwin Locomotive Works builder's cards when my father would visit him in Collin... (more)
The Ceres Rail flower tour continues north through the farmlands outside Malmesbury heading to Graafwater.
Bailey leading Jessica here between Leeurivier and Voorhuis outside Swellendam on the final day of the four day trip, heading back to Ceres.
Santa Fe 4-8-2 Mountain type 3708 Is very much alive In this view taken in the summer of 1948. Tihis loco was Built In 1919 and pulled Premium passenger trains until the 4-8-4 northerns came... (more)
Test rides with the doubledecker car at the Circum-Baikal Railway
The steam locomotive 475.101 hauling a special passenger train from Olomouc Hl. n. to Jeseník.
Passeger Train 19D+GF Garratt
Mohawk Means Mountain. New New York Central 3001 (4-8-2, Alco, 1940) is the largest surviving steam engine of the NYC fleet. While on other railroads this wheel arrangement was referred to ... (more)
Eighty years old former french railway SNCF four cylinder compound steamlocomotive 241 A # 65 (4-8-2) is crossing the river Rhine on the 262 meter long bridge which was built in 1895. The locomoti... (more)
Former French Railways SNCF "Mountain" (4-8-2) steamlocomotive 241 A # 65, the largest coal fired (without stoker) in western Europe, with a train from Full (AG) via Koblenz-Eglisau-Büla... (more)
The former french railway SNCF 4-8-2 "Mountain" express train steam locomotive 241 A # 65, then based in Burgdorf/Switzerland, made a round journey for training the crew. This 4-cylinde... (more)
Former french railway SNCF 4-8-2 "Mountain" express train steamlocomotive 241 A # 65 (former ETAT 241 001), a four cylinder compound (de Glehn design) built in 1931 by Fives/Lille for th... (more)
Former French Railways SNCF 4-8-2 "Mountain" 4 cylinder compound express train steam locomotive 241 A # 65 built in 1931 by Fives/Lille for the ETAT railway company, owned and operated ... (more)
Retired in 1951 and donated to the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis, SLSF 1522 underwent a 3-year restoration beginning in 1985. In one of its first excursions, the 4-8-2 "Mountain"... (more)