EBT 15 approaches a classic cast iron crossing sign as she leads the day's final train south towards Orbisonia.
SP 1 had arrived back at Owenyo on a standard gauge flatcar from the San Joaquin division shops at Bakersfield following an overhaul and what looks like a fresh paint job. SP 9, shown here helping... (more)
One of EBT's largest mikados, #17, was poised in the yard facing southbound for the 2009 Fall Spectacular.
K27 463 pulls a railfan special across Labato trestle. The 463 is undergoing rebuilding at present, and hopefully we will see this loco run again.
Golden City & San Juan 55-tonner No. 4 works in the yard at the Colorado Railroad Museum assembling a short train passneger train for the Easter Bunny trips the next day. The diesel was formerly ... (more)
D&RGW 346 pauses for water at No Agua tank. Unlike many static museums, the Colorado Railroad Museum has the feel of a real Colorado narrow gauge railroad.
Two Colorado icons that just go together: narrow gauge steam and Coors beer.
Magic in the Kingdom! Whats better than to have a steam engine with your name 'Walter" plastered all over it. Alot of luck went into getting this shot of the Walter E. Disney pulling into t... (more)
Looking like a model train in the wrong scale, 3' gauge Palmetto Brick #2 pulls her 8-car train across the line's only grade crossing in Wallace, SC, on October 17, 2008. This line has since ceas... (more)
The first railroads were point-to-point systems for hauling quarried material. South Carolina's Palmetto Brick Company was still such a railroad in 2008 - and 36" gauge with link and pin couplers... (more)
The Lilly Belle heads up the grade to Main Street Station
Ex D&RGW K27 #464, masquerading as #453 with the addition of a dog house, crosses the trestle at Genesee.
"Mike" 463 gets some overnight attention at Chama shed.
It's hard to tell if this scene is from 1955 or 2005. Number 14 pulling the train in to the station for the day's first run.