Greenville & Northern 2-8-0 No. 5 was built by Brooks in 1902. She operated on the Greenville & Northern, known as "The swamp Rabbit", that ran approximately 15 miles from Greenville, South Caroli... (more)
Shay 5 renamed for Mower Lumber Company # 5 takes the log train toward spruce.
Silver Stream Railway fireman Caleb Scott watches on as Ex-Napier Harbour Board Fowler #5 has a blowdown after a brief Saturday steaming.
#5 with a empty train between Barriles and Maria Elena yard.
Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad locomotive #5 is a 2-8-2 built in 1924 by the H.K. Porter Company. Originally Carlton & Coast Railroad #55, it was later sold to the Port of Grays Harbor as their #5... (more)
# 5 make some movements in Barriles yard to depart to Maria Elena, behind see a pair of old GE electric locomotives.
# 5 going to Maria Elena yard.
Twin Seams Mining Shay #5 working near Fox Junction, AL in the summer of 1962. The crewman riding the hopper car behind the engine is giving hand signals to the engineer as the crew attempts to re... (more)
Rack steam locomotive H 2/3 5 of the Schynige-Platte-Bahn is ready with a special from Wilderswil up to Breitlauenen. The occasion was the steam festival of Interlaken this weekend. The locomotive... (more)
Twin Seams Mining Shay 5 (former Meadow River) working near Holt, AL in August 1962. This operation was a former Frisco line with wooden trestles with limited maintenance, so much so that crews wo... (more)
Although this train with HGe 4/4 II 5 "Mount Fuji" is in a short descent of 12.0 % (cogwheel), he is going upwards to Zermatt. The line had been re-created in this section following a big landslid... (more)
NC Ports Railway NW2 #5 (a former Southern NW2) works at Morehead City, NC in this December 1988 view.
Narrow Gauge - Georgia Agrirama No. 5 - operated by Engineer Keith Rucker, takes visitors on a tour of the Tifton, Georgia tourist attraction. No. 5 was constructed by Vulcan Iron Works in 1917.
Sheltam no.5 is a 32-year old U26C which still puts in a full days work on the Rand Uranium railway at Randfontein, seen here departing Millsite with another load of hoppers for Cooke Plant.
Running long hood forward on this trip, Sheltam no.5 kicks up dust as it heads back up to Millsite from Cooke Plant with empty hoppers which will be exchanged for full ones.