Not Quite Altoona. WW&F#10 pretty much fills up the shop bay in Wiscasset. The smokebox in the foreground belongs to #10's future stablemate, presently awaiting installation of her ... (more)
Edward Thomas returns with the last train of the day.
Ladies and gentlemen of Railpictures, allow me to present the Talyllyn Railway. This narrow gauge railway began operations in December of 1866 and is one of the world's first preserved railways. ... (more)
A beautiful African sunrise and a few steam locomotives! What else do you need to be happy?
South African sunrise at the Sandstone Estates. The start of another beautiful day ....
The Welsh Highland Heritage Railway runs a short line from a station in Porthmadog next to the National Rail standard gauge station to Pen-y-Mount where there is a junction with the Welsh Highand ... (more)
'Klondyke' rests in the yard at Queenscliff, as 'The Blues Train' loads up in the platform. The line to Queenscliff was a Victorian Railways 5'3" line in service, but is now a 3'6" tourist railway... (more)
William Stroudley's 0-4-2, No.214, Gladstone was built at Brighton in 1882. It was the first of a class which later consisted of 36 engines which managed the London, Brighton and South Coast Railw... (more)
Gelert arrives at Porthmadog Station the terminus for the Welsh Highland Railway 1964 Ltd
Bonnie Dundee gets some attention before departing from Ravenglass on the beautiful Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.
This Cog unit used to haul passengers to the summit of Pike's Peak. There is another unit like this on display in downtown Manitou Springs.