Western Maryland 1309 leads its freight train through West Helmstetter's as the sun begins to peek out.
WG #9175 is awaiting departure with a passenger train whilst WG #8018 is running light through the Agra Cantt station.
ATSF 2-6-2 1105 is leading Colorado & Southern train number 1, The Colorado Special, north bound with twelve cars at Colorado Springs on June 28th 1925. Directly behind the Santa Fe locomotive is ... (more)
The CWD Mikado #12604 is shunting at the Agra Cantt station. The Indian AWD (American War Design) / CWD (Canadian War Design) steam locomotives were the war design locomotives. These two classes s... (more)
The CWD Mikado #12604 is shunting at the Agra Cantt station. The Indian AWD/CWD steam locomotives were the war design locomotives. These two classes showed strong American features and were used f... (more)
The N&W Class A No. 1218 coming around the curve just in time to capture the last rays of the sun on Kodachrome 200 slide film. The engineer is blowing the mighty hooter whistle, acknowledging th... (more)
YACOLT WA May 12, 2013 — Chelatchie Prairie Railroad returned the Crosset Lumber Company 2-8-2 No. 10 to service on Mothers' Day 2013. It looked like the cars were full for both roundtrip runs. ... (more)
ATSF 926 and 1651 are assisting train 17, The Super Chief, west of Morley Colorado, on the east side of Raton Pass, in 1944. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
The NKP 587 and NW 1218 are doubleheading up the Southern Loops, on their way to Asheville, NC, during the 1989 NRHS Convention.
The steam is going to the side.
The Bengal Nagpur Railway class N Garratt was a class of steam locomotives built by Beyer, Peacock & Co. in England in 1929. At the time of their construction, they had the largest water capacity ... (more)
This is a tank locomotive fitted with a crane, popularly known as “Crane Tank”. This 0-6-0T wheel arrangement Broad gauge (5’6”) locomotive was imported from M/s Robert White and Partners ... (more)
The former Deutsche Bundesbahn 4-6-2 "Pacific" express train steamlocomotive 01 # 202 of the association "Pacific 01 202" is on a test and veer away run from Lyss to Bern Weyer... (more)
The representative of the most successful Hungarian locomotive series ever.
Southern Pacific train number 4 is seen at San Diego California on April 23rd 1933. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.