Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 4/4 # 704 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke gets fresh excellent welsh coal in Gletsch, by the engineer M.H. (right) and the fireman T.H. In the background is oilfired... (more)
The first day of the 2016 Fall Photo Freight ended with a night photo session at the Chama, NM coaling tower with K27 #463. Lighting was arranged by the Friends of the Cumbres and Toltec, please ... (more)
1 meter gauge ballast cleaning machine RM 76 "Capricorn" of the SMG (Sersa Maschineller Gleisbau) at work on the Rhaetian Railway between Davos Platz and Davos Frauenkirch. The old balla... (more)
Coaling the old fashioned way....one shovel at a time. With the WW&F Museum's bucket loader broken this day, Engineman Bill Piche and Ashcat Joe Fox coal Locomotive #9 the old fashioned way... (more)
WW&F Engineman Dana Deering. WW&F Engineman Dana Deering tops off the oil cups on Locomotive #9, as she sits on display in the Sheepscot Yard, during her 2016 dedication ceremony. Dana is ... (more)
The conductor on Kopper Glo mine run 787 steps off the train before a cut of empties is shoved through the loadout before being filled with black diamonds.
Legendary engineer Sigi Liechti on the throttle of the 3000 horsepower 2-8-2 "Mikado" 141 R # 1244 on the trip from Brugg AG via Berne to Lausanne, near Fribourg. The heavy fuel oil fired, canadia... (more)
Hooker (HOKX) tank car No. 132482 is in the middle of repairs in the busy Progress Rail Services car shop at Amarillo, Texas, on June 15, 2012.
After a long day of work, the conductor for the day walks out of the yard to go home in front of Black Hills Central Railroad 108 and 110.
Engineer of the most powerful one meter gauge cogwheel steamlocomotive of Europe, the 0-8-0 T HG 4/4 # 704 of the Dampfbahn Furka Bergstrecke (DFB), when running around the train in Oberwald.
A bitter cold winter day has caused a rail break on the Wisconsin Central main line entering Shops Yard near the Subway Road grade crossing at North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, on December 11, 1994. T... (more)
A worker at Chicago & North Western’s Butler Yard locomotive facility uses a high pressure air line to clear the switches of snow on a cold February 21, 1993.
"Knocking off the Slag at Farmingdale"
A Long Island Rail Road track worker knocks off slag from a recent thermite weld at the Secatogue Ave grade crossing on Main Line 1. Thermi... (more)
"Thermite Welding at Farmingdale"
A Long Island Rail Road track gang thermite welds new rail at the Secatogue Ave grade crossing on Main Line 1. Thermite welding is the process o... (more)