The typical swiss cow is more interested in the photographer than in the nice vintage train of the former St.Gallen-Gais-Appenzell-Bahn (SGA), on the way near the stop of Sammelplatz to the nosta... (more)
The Goose crossing Hangman's trestle, headed to Antonio.
Lima Shay 5 rest along side WM EMD BL2 during a break for lunch at the former logging town of Spruce. An EMD FP7 and some of the many railfans can can be seen in the headlight's reflector.
Shay 5 and Shay 2 take on water before participating in historic run bys of both steam and diesel during the MSRLHA Titans of the Mountain weekend.
In a few minutes steamlocomotive No 5, built 1894 by SLM, will reach the station of Schynige Platte (1967 m/6453 ft) (Bernese Oberland), in the background from left Eiger (13024 ft), Mönch (Monk 1... (more)
A couple of times a year the RHDR run evening diner trains. I am a signalman on the line so asked the driver, Wayne if he minded a flash shot being taken, "OK, as long as I get a copy". So here is... (more)
Proserpine Mill's Clyde loco 5 heads back to the mill with fulls at Glen Isla
An old Alco sitting dead on the tracks rusting away with the surroundings. This engine actually will be getting used again as the cord coming from the right side is charging the batteries and the... (more)
A Couillet 0-4-0T shunts the screens at Sabero Washery. It was once part of a small fleet working 600mm gauge lines here - it was the sole active survivor, now converted to metre gauge. Thought to... (more)
Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) Spring Steam Up
Tripple header 2 foot gauge Garratt's on the Sandstone railway
By sheer luck I was able to be at the right place at the right time for the 'swap' move with this old RS-3 Alco picking up some empties dropped by the Conrail Kingston local!
Car is approaching Victoria Station
GM&O office car #5 is waiting for a paint job. It emerged in a gaudy candy apple red color
When you're finished playing trains remember to put them away. Preserved Resita-built industrial loco is loaded onto a truck, under its own power, for the trip home.