Pennsy K4s No. 1361 (Juniata, 1918) is just north of Tyrone with an 8-car excursion train in 1987.
The eastbound UP office car special is passing the old 1900-built Philadelphia & Reading Railway station in Lebanon at 4:25 p.m.
In its second day of public excursion service, the 1218 is coming from Shaffer's Crossing to couple ahead of a Lynchburg-bound special.
NW Class A No. 1218 is headed toward the Radford wye from Roanoke, after a morning round-trip from Roanoke to Lynchburg. Locals and casual railfans between the gauge are flinching from the awesom... (more)
PRR doubleheaded steam (4-4-2 No. 7002 and 4-4-0 No. 1223) with Blue Mountain as a backdrop. The occasion was the Lancaster Chapter's 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention and a visit to Conrail's wel... (more)
An eastbound E-44 running long-hood forward is awaiting clearance to proceed, near CP PORT.
An unlikely doubleheader of a 4-6-2 leading an 0-6-0 is plying the snowy rails along the West Branch of the Schuylkill. I wonder if the late H. Stafford Bryant (author of "The Georgian Locom... (more)
The Pennsy K4 on its historic first excursion after rebuilding in 1987. It was announced yesterday that there will be "a new effort to restore No. 1361 to operation," according to "... (more)
An unusual view of "the longest passenger train in the world" (Auto Train,) as seen from the old B&O "Moonlight Dome" on the rear of Amtrak Train 90, "The Palmetto."
A view of Amtrak's "Palmetto," as seen from a vintage Budd dome, just north of Rocky Mount. The occasion was the "Fire-Up-611" committee's fund-raiser trip from Savannah to DC,... (more)
Amtrak's recent policy change on hauling private cars did not affect the "Fire Up 611's" recent round-trip from DC to Savannah, because the car was added at the beginning of the run or a... (more)
CSX action as seen from a vintage Budd dome, just north of Charleston. The occasion was the "Fire-Up-611" committee's fund-raiser trip from Savannah to DC, with the Cincinnati Railway C... (more)
There aren't too many tourist railroads that include a spin on the turntable as part of your ride. The 1913-built ex-Georgia Power saddletanker is taking a lunch break.
Unjacketed Consolidation No. 223 (Baldwin, 1911) shares space with an ex-S&A high-hood GP35 at the Georgia State Railroad Museum in Savannah.
Three engines in steam today at the Strasburg, with their crews posing by the pilots. The occasion was the meeting in Strasburg of the HeritageRail Alliance.