Building the 4 pm passenger train...a view from the cab.
Huckleberry Railroad photo special crosses the new Butternut Creek Trestle.
K-27 464 makes her way to the mainline out of the engine house at the Huckleberry RR.
Number 464 starts her day, with flags, backing to her train.
K-27, number 464 undergoing a boiler wash..
K-27 Number 464 takes her train across the newly open Butternut Creek Trestle.
Mudhen in the rain. In a steady downpour, the Huckleberry Railroad's noontime excursion train rounds the turning loop at the east end of the line and heads back toward Crossroads Village. ... (more)
Mudhen! Of all the D&RGW K-series locomotives, the 62-ton K-27, nicknamed "Mudhen" gets my personal vote as the most photogenic. Built in 1903, these little Baldwin beauties had a distinc... (more)
The 6:40 train has just arrived back at the station, they are loading the 7:30 train. On the head end of the train is the 464.
The Huckleberry Railroad's K-27 "Mudhen" pulls the 4PM excursion train eastbound across the Genesee Trestle on a rather gloomy Friday. Locomotive 464 is one of only two remaining examples of the ... (more)
The Huckleberry Railroad's excursion train emerges from the Michigan woods and enters the railroad's East Loop near Milepost 4. The Huckleberry is fairly unique among tourist railroads in that i... (more)
Mudhen Pan. No folks, this isn't Colorado, it's Michigan. Here's a 1/13 second panning shot of a Baldwin K-27 "Mudhen" as she negotiates the West Loop on the Huckleberry Railroad in Flint.... (more)
Rio Grande "Mudhen" 464 steams into the station at Crossroads Village with the 1:00 PM train.
Rio Grande "Mudhen" 464 is seen just out of the station on the Huckleberry, heading out for another trip through the Michigan woods.
Cab of 464