Representing two of the southeast's largest railroads, Seaboard Air Line 2-10-0 544 is displayed inside the Robert Julian Roundhouse alongside Atlantic Coast Line E6 501. In 1967 these one-time r... (more)
One of the most famous Shay locomotives in the South, Graham County 1925 now spends its days idle inside the Robert Julian Roundhouse at Spencer, awaiting a possible return to service.
Atlantic Coast Line "Copperhead" No. 1031 slumbers inside the Spencer roundhouse in the company of Duke Power 0-4-0T No. 111. After being retired by the ACL, it was used by two short li... (more)
Canadian Pacific 8834 rumbles over the Mississippi River at Camden, running on the old Soo Line and bound for Glenwood, Minn.
Western Pacific GP9 727 has been preserved as a monument in downtown Elko, Nevada.
Dead Horse Trestle is the scenic highlight of a trip around Roundhouse Mountain.
Tweetsie 12 thunders out of the depot as it starts another run around Roundhouse Mountain.
Tweetsie 12 rumbles across Dead Horse Trestle on a beautiful spring morning in North Carolina.
It doesn't get much more obscure than this! Calumet & Hecla 0-4-0T No. 3 operates on select Sunday afternoons at the Houghton County Historical Museum in Lake Linden, Mich. The locomotive was bu... (more)
Chicago & North Western R-1 175 is stored at the old Quincy Mining Company smelter in Hancock, Michigan. The 4-6-0 pulled some fan trips in the late 1950s, and was to supposed have been donated t... (more)
When the narrow gauge Quincy & Torch Lake was abandoned, its locomotives were left inside the engine house at Hancock, Michigan. In the 1970s they were pulled outside for display near the Quincy M... (more)
All loaded and ready for shipment, the Minnesota Zephyr F units are awaiting an inspection by the Union Pacific before heading to their new home in Alamosa, Colorado.
Milwaukee Road 261 stands ready for departure at St. Paul Union Depot, ready to head out to the "North Pole" on a dreary winter day in the Twin Cites.
Gary Nelson, a conductor aboard 261's train, is a veteran Great Northern conductor who also served on Burlington Northern and BNSF.
Milwaukee Road 261 is decorated for "North Pole Express" duties; it's the first steam locomotive to use St. Paul Union Depot since CB&Q 5632 - and that was fifty years ago.