Flagg Coal Company 0-4-0ST No. 75 pours it on. The locomotive is just about to cross Hwy 321 as it makes it way back to the Rockton yard of the South Carolina Railroad Museum.
Flagg Coal Company 75 silently awaits its duties for the next day. Special thanks goes to MSRLHA for the lighting and those involved in organizing West Virginia Rails 2010.
Upon close inspection, even a tiny steam locomotive like the Flagg Coal 75 possesses a plethora of interesting details. Note the water droplets raining down from the overfilled tank above.
During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The little locomotive made several trips each day o... (more)
During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The 1930-built Vulcan Iron Works product made sever... (more)
It was quite the sight to see Flagg Coal 75 operating at Steamtown for a weekend. The engine along with the DL caboose were both built locally which provided a nice, historical scene for the unoff... (more)
Twin engined DD35A 75 and 76 leads a manifest of locomotives and a heavy freight southbound toward Las Vegas and finally via Barstow to LA. A Units of these biests were built only for UP
With engineer Bill Sample at the throttle, Flagg Coal No 75 prepares to depart from The Railroad Museum of New England's restored Thomaston Station. More info including schedule can be found at: ... (more)
Flagg Coal Company 0-4-0T stops for a steam blowdown south of Connersvile, Indiana. This trip was sponsored by the Cincinnati Chapter NRHS.
Trainfestival made for some strange lineups of noses as the Flagg Coal Company #75 sits near HESR 9712.
A nicely matched A-B-A set of Jersey Central "Babyface " Baldwin diesels are about to pass under the Lehigh Valley with a westbound freight.
LM&M Railroad warming up for Independence Day steam excursions.
B75 stored in a derelict condition at Seymour.
With another run complete, the crew of #75 talk while she gets some more water.