Resting her feet after a good days work 110 basks along with a tree in the autumn breeze.
Don’t let her size fool you, 110 is as capable as her big sisters to put on a good smoking show.
Little River 110 has the lay to claim in the record books as being the world’s smallest standard gauge pacific.
Fall is starting to show in northeastern Ohio. But, one the colors you won’t see in the trees is a shade of Conrail “Smurf” blue.
A southbound auto rack breezes through a field of golden soybeans.
Going past a dilapidated section house, 4025 is about to enter the town of Creston.
A young conductor takes a look from his office.
Perhaps this is what a child sees when they first encounter a steam locomotive?
A warbonnet leads the pack.
I know this sounds a little cliché but it seems that I’m in 1946 and not in 2006! Thanks to the great people at FWRHS for making this happen!
A Wheeling & Lake Erie engineer waits to go to Cleveland with his coke train, while a west coast Union Pacific train runs past him.
To say the 1293 is giving a good show could be an understatement, it looks more like the performance of a lifetime!
Dust from a four wheeler settles as a CSX mixed freight roars through the small village of Sterling, OH.
A pan shot tacken at 1/50th of a secound.
At the Famous Sterling Loop