Another vintage French photo with a twist. One of the 50 4-6-0s built to the Scottish Highland Railway 'Castle' class design by the North British Locomotive Co., in 1911 for the French ETAT railwa... (more)
Seeing the excellent shots by Jean-Marc Frybourg of the holiday rush at the Gare de Lyon Paris on Rail Pictures I thought viewers might like to see this shot taken at the same station 80 years ago... (more)
A nortbound Monon passenger train cruises up the 5th Street trackage in downtown Lafayette. Photo date is approximate. [From the collection of my grandfather, J.T. Childers I]
The prototype Gresley LNER Class P2 2-8-2 No 2001 'Cock o'the North' waits at Kings Cross while on show to the press. A Gresley Class N2 0-6-2T is beside the apple green 2-8-2. A photo by the late... (more)
Gresley LNER Class A1 4-6-2 No 4477 'Gay Crusader' departs from Kings Cross with the 5.45pm express to Newcastle. An Ivatt Class N1 0-6-2T is in the background. Photo by the late George Grigs.
The only 4-6-4 tender locomotive to run in Great Britain, Gresley LNER three-cylinder 4-6-4 No 10000 reverses out of Kings Cross after arriving from Doncaster in 1938. It was rebuilt from a high-p... (more)
Pensylvania Railroad M1 4-8-2 No 6926 built by Baldwin in 1926 on show at Altoona in 1937. A5s 0-4-0 switcher No 1098 stands beside the Mountain. What appears to be one of the two K5 Pacifics, No ... (more)
Streamlined NYC 4-8-2 #2873, running as The Rexall Train near Montpelier, Vermont in 1936. From another post card size film negative probably by the same unknown photographer as those already post... (more)
Pennsyvania Railroad K4 Pacific #5451 on show at Altoona in 1937. From a negative by an unknown phtographer.