A photo taken at the experimental Alweg monorail near Cologne during an RCTS visit. A DB bus waits below that was transporting the party. Photo by the late Peter Gray.
Very special cable car from Obstfelderschmiede (339m asl) toward Lichtenhain (662m asl): Broad gaude 1800 mm, length 1351 m. Until 1966 it was possible to transport a freight car with this vehicle... (more)
Troops pose for throwback photos as the Daylight rests in the background. At Lerro Productions Photo Charter of the Southern Pacific Daylight.
A 115-Car Worm Chasing It's Tail. Looking like something right off the set of your club's model train layout, BNSF 6513 along with four other GE's idlle quietly this morning on the large, f... (more)
This sad cab from a 1947 built Alco FA-2 freight locomotive was originally the New York, New Haven & Hartford No. 0402. After years of hard service, in 1963, the railroad traded in 0402 to Alco to... (more)
Carolina Piedmont made a Saturday run from Laurens to Greenville to deliver a turbine to the GE plant. On the return, they picked up 2 empty centerbeams and are treading lightly by the pumpkin pa... (more)
Like father like son! Souther Pacific daylight Looms behind my matching model of the 4-8-4 during a photo charter in Portland, Oregon
The CNJ took ownership of the Southern Division line in 1879. At its peak the line ran from Red Bank NJ all the way down to Bay Side on the Delaware Bay. The line was used for both freight and pas... (more)
Hand car in the station, broad gauge 1668mm
"She said yes!"
My brother recently popped the question in front of Southern Pacific 4449 Daylight during a Peter Lerro charter shoot. Fun fact, she got him the H.O. model for Ch... (more)
Impressive tank engine
Streamlined version 202-003 of the Henschel-BBC DE2500. This locomotive is now exposed in the amazing Berlin Technikmuseum.
High Water on the High Iron.
CP 475 plows through the flooded waters of the Mississippi River.
Apparently my friend Tim Repp and I interrupted an Elks Club meeting at Field, BC while waiting for the "Canadian" to leave town. A heard of elk showed up and this cow was a little bit p... (more)
Nickel Plate 765 leads the Joliet Rocket into Chicago's La Salle Street Station with a head of steam. The modern glass building really clashes with 765, and about 50 years separate the two.