CLF5-2210-GM43-CLP8 with a loaded GWA grain train approaching Sunshine.
Electric cogwheel railcar 5 with car 8 has just left the station of Rigi Kaltbad-First towards Vitznau and is on the doubletrack section till Freibergen station.
The elegant rail car BDhe 4/4 5 h... (more)
Electric cogwheel railcar 5 with two cars is slowly coming down the track (25 % grade) and crossing the Schnurtobel bridge, which is the largest of the Rigi Bahnen. The 80 m long concrete bridge w... (more)
This unique steamlocomotive Ec 3/3 5 with fully enclosed body was one of the guests on the steam event of the Rigi Bahnen at Goldau. The locomotive was built in 1936 by SLM for the Huttwil-Wolhuse... (more)
Shay 5 leads a log train during MSR&LHA's Cass Railfan Weekend, as seen here from the 'wrong' side of a Shay.
Cass Shays 5 and 11 doublehead the Railfan Weekend passenger train into Spruce. Unfortunately the gorgeous weather that morning did not hold out for the majority of the weekend.
Hawaiian Railway No. 5 gets to run up and down her 2000' of mainline only twice a year at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association. You owe it to yourself to go see this pretty little filly.... (more)
Hawaiian Railway No. 5 gets to stretch her legs only twice a year at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association.
I was stunned to learn that a beautiful 3 foot gauger was alive and in Connect... (more)
This bedraggled Jeep caught my eye. Younger than Hawaiian Railway No. 5, it sure could use some of the same love attended to all the fine machinery across the track at the Connecticut Antique Mach... (more)
The young man in the engineer bib is one of the hobby's biggest steam fans; I've seen him and his father at many a steam event in the east. The object of his attention is No. 5, who only gets to s... (more)
One of the RRRR red SW900 diesels sits at the well-kept South Amboy engine terminal. This New Jersey short line was a bonus to be seen when visiting South Amboy for Pennsylvania steam.
0-3-0 tank engine number 5 of the former Sihltalbahn, built in 1899 by SLM Winterthur, is preparing for the special "searching the easter egg" to Silbrugg-Zug, in front of the little shed in Sihlw... (more)
When completed, the Rio Grande Southern Railroad had 142 bridges scattered along its 162 miles of track. This is not one of them, rather the Lobato trestle on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.
Shay #5, Shay #4, and the Heisler #6 sit all under steam, ready to do some heavy climbing on the mountain.
The returning Valley & Siletz RR train from the mill at Siletz is seen west of Monmouth on it's way to Independence and the interchange.