CP 441 accelerates out of Thunder Bay after putting its train together as CP 5491 sits in front of the depot awaiting its next assignment
CP 5911 one of two sd's left with the Big Multi Mark leads CP 9000 one of only two red barns in the flags scheme making for a great lashup.
Standing on main street in downtown Thurmond.
The conductor of CP 101 carrys a case of water to the engine to complete the crew change
CP 441 departs Thunder Bay with a great lash up. A white SOO sd 60 followed by a red barn and a sd 40-2 all elephant style.
CP 5727 leads the TEC train out of Thunder Bay due to CP 8217 having mechanical issues. First time I have seen CPs TEC train running with two units
I'm pretty sure of the date, but not 100%; this was in for the Santa Fe Modelers convention in Temple.
The 1910 built Climax #3 sits at the station waiting for passengers to get on for the next trip down the abandoned C&O line. If it were not for the cars to the right in the photo, this would be a ... (more)
A return to a time when passenger trains ran on schedule, and a drowsy kitten carried the advertising load for the C&O Railway. The drum head of the restored PV Chapel Hill, on the rear of the Ne... (more)
Rare GN NW-3 rests on display just wet of the Whitefish depot.
Eager passengers await the arrival of Big Six, with the Bald Knob train.
Next Stop, Whittaker Station!
Engineer Dirk Caloccia keeps a keen eye on the cylinder cocks as he blows the condensation out on the departure from Cass.
A group of children stare onward as Shay 11 leaves the depot. A beautiful show today, by the folks of Cass Scenic Railroad.