DRGW 464 is no stranger to cold winters, but now works far & away from where it used to. There is a snowfall starting as they take on water before the next trip.
Huckleberry Railroad 4-6-0 #2 (former Alaska Railroad #152) has just departed the village depot.
Former D&RGW K 27 #464 leads Railfan Special across Butternut Creek Trestle.
The Huckleberry Railroad is a 3ft narrow gage railroad located on an old logging rail line in Genesse, MI. The Huckleberry Railroad is using their DRGW 2-8-2, built in 1903, to pull their annual H... (more)
464, coupled to the 5 pm train, almost ready to depart.
464, sitting at the coal dock, at the HRR shops.
HRR's number 7 actually lighter than 44 tons... but the only GE selection..,. trundles through a "winter wonderland" on track inspection
K-27, number 464 is ready to depart the engine house, for service on the 5pm Christmas Train...
K-27 number 464, with the first train of the day.....
K-27 number 464, with engineer John Marhesic in charge, clears the locomotive out, while backing to her train.
K-27 number 464, warming her cylinders, preparing to depart the shops for the first train of the day.
K-27, number 464 conducts a blowdown while approaching Butternut Creek Trestle.
K-27, number 464 backs to her train, to start the last day of the summer season.
A view most do not get to see. Crossing Butternut Creek Trestle, westbound, from the firemans' side of K-27 464.