The men and their machines....or.....The boys and their toys. The crew of our Texas State Railroad photo freight poses on the pilot of Tremont & Gulf Mikado #30 in the yard at Rusk, the eas... (more)
We don't like foamers here, son. Now git! When our Lerro Productions photo freight stopped at the concrete trestle over Tailes Creek, just a couple of miles west of Maydelle, our leader, P... (more)
Crossing the Neches Flood Plain. Tremont & Gulf Mikado #30 traverses the 1,100 ft. long, concrete trestle over the Neches River at Milepost 13.7 on the Texas State Railroad. This is the l... (more)
Carving out a living in the Louisiana woods. Tremont & Gulf #30 blows for a rural crossing in woods of Northern Louisiana, as she leads a local mixed freight northeast toward Monroe. The Tr... (more)
Water at Palestine. With the springtime sun sinking low into the afternoon sky, Tremont & Gulf #30 eases up to the Palestine Water Tank for a welcome drink, after her 25 mile westbound run.... (more)
On the platform at Rusk. Tremont & Gulf #30 sits on the platform at the beautiful depot in Rusk, Texas with her photo freight, awaiting clearance for a westbound departure to Palestine. R... (more)
Springtime in Texas. Tremont & Gulf Mikado #30 runs eastbound on the Texas State Railroad with a photo freight, bound for Maydelle and eventually Rusk. This 1917 Baldwin product has a lon... (more)
Southern 4501 pops out of the Missionary Ridge Tunnel on the east side of Chattanooga, TN during a Lerro Productions Charter,
Just passing through. Tremont & Gulf Mikado #30 rolls slowly past the little depot in Maydelle, TX as her crew picks up orders for the next segment of her run toward Rusk. Although not his... (more)
Arriving at Bartle on the way to Burney. In the next four years steam excursions will wnd and most of the railroad dimantled.
Simmering - The Valley Railroad's three operating steam locomotives simmer near the Essex, Connecticut shops after a full evening of pulling sold-out North Pole Express trains. The three a... (more)
On display at AGS Hattiesburg Station.
A flashback to warmer days! My first Visit to Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum boasted 4501 running local trips for the day. But still an impressive engine to see!
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 leaves the station Fützen.