The Clinchfield 676 (UP 3985) is rounding the curve at Fremont, on its way to Kingsport, Tennessee. The old trackside winch does not appear on today's satellite map.
The Clinchfield 676 (UP 3985) splits the old C&O signals while deadheading south on the Big Sandy to Shelby Yard
The Big Boy's crew goes about its business as UTA No. 1 powers a FrontRunner commuter train above UP SD70AH No. 8937
UP Big Boy 4014 backing through the yards after its run from Evanston to Ogden
It's a long way down, as the 1218 starts accelerating its train on the return trip to Alexandria.
The 1218 is arriving in Columbus from Bellevue with a long train bound for the Ohio State Fair.
The 40th anniversary re-creation of the Norfolk and Western's "Powhatan Arrow" on an afternoon "Lynchburg turn" excursion.
No tool car, with all available original 1949 Powh... (more)
The 1218 is getting ready to go back to Roanoke from Lynchburg, on its second public excursion. Later in the day, it will run from Roanoke to Walton and return.
Heber Valley's ex-Great Western GP9 (Union Pacific 296, built 1954) is coupled to Pan Am heritage units MEC 52 and BM 77 outside the shop door at Heber City. The original GW orange paint has faded... (more)
NW 1218 making an inspection stop at Bedford, with the Peaks of Otter in the background. Liberty Station Restaurant opened in the building in 2001, burned down to the stone walls in 2009, and reo... (more)
The 1218 has come up from Bellevue to Fremont on Memorial Day weekend, 1990.
7/8 view of Big Boy in Evanston Yard after the excursion from Ogden- note the drone overhead. Hundreds of spectators were milling around the yard to get an up-close look at the 4014.
Big Boy in the beautiful Weber River valley on the last lap to Ogden. Thanks to my very patient wife of 38 years for persuading me to make the trip and for her help with driving/navigation.
The gate is down for the NW 1218 doubleheading with the 611 from Lynchburg, VA to Salisbury, NC for the 1989 NRHS convention.
GG-1 No. 923 (PRR/Westinghouse, 2-43) is hustling "The Bankers" toward Washington on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The classic old store on the right along E. Bel Air Avenue is long-gone.