My visit to the Mount Washington Railway was very much influenced by the great pictures of the operation I saw here. And I was not disappointed. "The Cog" is a fascinating steam operation, and I... (more)
The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, a 15in gauge heritage railway in Cumbria. The long line runs from Ravenglass to Dalegarth in the valley of Eskdale. Here we see River Mite, built in 1967, about... (more)
Essex Terminal Railway No 9 operating on the Waterloo Central Railway warming up on Saturday (September 29, 2007) morning preparing for it’s first run since arriving in Waterloo.
Driver Roger Prince is ready to leave with No.9 "Winston Churchill" on the 11:10 to Dungeness. The 15" gauge pacific was built in 1931 by the Yorkshire Engine Co. The locomotive was built along th... (more)
The world's last working Shays outside preservation were on the Philippine island of Negros. Here Lopez Sugar Corporation's no. 9 is shunting sugar cane wagons.
SP Narrow gauge #9 stands in the sun at the Laws Museum
See the 241P17 has recently been returned to steam in france reminded me of this shot of P9 on its very last public run from Mezidon to Le Mans
Proserpine Mills #9 climbs the hill near Kurkowski Siding, where the first half of the load to be hauled up the hill is stowed
Dardanelle & Russellville #9 at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum in June of 1976. #9 served as the main duty engine in the 1960s and 1970s until she was sidelined with a tired and leaking tender.
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Almost to the top.
Essex Terminal Railway 0-6-0 in front of the old Michigan Central Railway station in St Thomas Ontario on the CASO sub.
Operated by the Southern Ontario Locomotive Restoration Society, this 1923 vintage 0-6-0 leads a short excursion train during the Railway Nostalgia days at the Elgin County Railway Museum.
Not a typical everyday consist.