Basking in the spotlight at the Durango and Silverton’s Annual Photographers Special, K-37 493 makes her public debut as a D&SNG Locomotive.
This is the locomotive’s first week... (more)
With the kind permission of MGB, I was able to ride in the driver's cab for the Deutsche Presse Agentur (DPA) a few times.
That day we went with Gody from Andermatt to Disentis over the little sn... (more)
Durango and Silverton K37 493 is serviced ahead of the next days winter photo trip. Phot is taken at the sand and coaling dock
The sun falls on a silhouetted crew member of New Hope and Ivyland 40, ands they back the engine up to meet their train at New Hope station. The best view is had from atop the Tender of 40.
After a working day, WWRC 58 stops next to the water tower at Greenbank Station to replenish water.
Hooping it up! Crews would order meals at The IL-MO Beanery in Scott City and pick them up on the fly: one for the locomotive crew, one for the caboose.
Union Pacific GE AC4400CW No. 6704 gets a bath after having an engine change at the railroad’s South Morrill Locomotive Shop on September 15, 2017.
crossing human brook trestle
Backlit beauty. Having just lined the north switch at Top of the Mountain for the main line, Brakeman Bryce Weeks watches carefully as WW&F #9 brings her mixed train north, headed for Head ... (more)
A late night in Sheepscot. WW&F Yard Hand James Nobilini oils around Locomotive #9 as it turns on the Sheepscot Turntable, prior to being put away for the night. In the days of the origina... (more)
Cleaning switches. With the mid-day temperature hovering around 15F, Fireman Gordon Cook hands the switch broom down to Trainman Dan Malkowski as the crew prepares to take their Sandy River... (more)
Two foot to the quarries. With brake club in hand, Brakeman Bryce Weeks protects the rear of his Monson Railroad freight as it backs onto a siding, deep in the woods of Maine.
Mr. Weeks ... (more)
Heave! Yard Hands Bryce Weeks and James Nobilini team up to turn the 33-ton Bridgton & Saco River Locomotive #7 on the Queen Post Turntable in the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard, at the concl... (more)
The early morning sun greets the Union Pacific 4014 big Boy as a member of the Steam Crew inspects and applies lubricant to the second engine on the locomotive.
Rain clouds are rolling out at sunset as the crew sends their power to the roundhouse. NCTM's FP7, Southern 6133, goes for a spin on the turntable in the day's last light, aiming for the glow from... (more)