No. 734 rolls downgrade around famous Helmstetter's Curve on the return trip to Cumberland.
Brill Master Unit No. 78 was built in 1932 and served the Philadelphia & West Chester Traction Company and its successor, the Philadelphia Suburban Transit Company. This classic car is seen on th... (more)
Car 78 is at the Richfol Shelter, which was built in 1909 by the Pittsburgh Railways Company. It was located in Canonsburg and served workers of the Standard Tin Plate Company. Today, fully rest... (more)
Red Arrow Lines 66 stops to pick up passengers at the Allison Shelter, which was located on the Washington & Canonsburg in nearby Meadow Lands, Penn. It dates from 1903, and has been restored fo... (more)
Red Arrow Lines 66 has been carrying tourists at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum since 1970. This car was built in 1926 by Brill, and spent over 40 years in service on the Philadelphia & West Ches... (more)
The view from the spacious front windows of Philadelphia & West Chester Traction No. 78 as it speeds along the old Arden Mines Railroad branch that is now used for streetcar rides.
Moore, Keppel & Company Climax No. 3 rounds a curve near Durbin with engineer Earl Knoob at the throttle.
Moore, Keppel & Company Climax No. 3 steams out of the woods following a water stop near Durbin, West Virginia
A road-weary CSX AC4400 rolls past the former Baltimore & Ohio depot and the remains of the Willard Hotel in downtown Grafton, both of which were constructed in 1912. The Mountain Sub, which conne... (more)
CSX AC4400 391 is departing Grafton, West Virginia, on the old B&O main line to Cumberland, Maryland. This is now CSXT's Mountain Sub, which has been in operation since 1852.
Inside the cab of DM&IR 2-10-2 No. 506, a "Santa Fe" type originally built for the Duluth, Missabe & Northern. This was the first E-1 class 2-10-2 built for the railroad in 1919, one of... (more)
Minnesota Commercial's lone Montreal M420W shoves the Bayport job into Midway Yard under a cloud of smoke. It's rare to catch this beast leading a train.
Dynamics wailing, CN 8919 leads an intermodel train towards the yard at Stevens Point on a beautiful spring day in Dairyland.
Grand Trunk 4928 rolls past Telulah Park in Appleton with a CN local job bound for the yard.
Inside the cab of the highest-horsepower two-cylinder steam locomotive ever built, Santa Fe 2-10-4 No. 5017, one of 26 built for the road in 1944.