Flower train scheme
Rail America 1002 sits at the end of the line on the former BN line from Wenatchee to Oroville, WA. The 1002 rest in the small lumber yard next to an original BN station sign on a beautiful aftern... (more)
The streetcar is dwarfed by the ferris wheel.
The Atlanta Streetcar makes a stop under the ferris wheel in downtown.
at about 3000m above sea level, 1002 blasts up the 4%-grade on the historically highest railroad of the world. This bridge, back in the 1920ies, was the place of a head-on collision of two steam e... (more)
Shot from 31 floor of a residential building. A LRV is slowly running through a typical 90 degree turn at speed 15 km/h. At top of the photo a LRT freeder bus in new livery is making a stop. This ... (more)
On February 14 was inaugurated after 5 years of work, the first leg of the new tram line 1 in Florence, the tram is so returned to this city after 52 years, when the tram lines disappeared to make... (more)
In 1949 The Hague ordered two PCC cars from St Louis Car Co, constructed for European rear-entrance operating patterns and narrower dimensions. The second of the pair is seen here in 1967, newly c... (more)
Night falls on a clear Tacoma night, as a full moon has risen from behind Mt Rainier. Now the Tacoma Link street car becomes the ghost along with the NP Prairie line. Mt Rainier’s faint presenc... (more)
Ahh, just a photo of Sound Transit’s Tacoma Link, but really so much more. How many trains can you find? A Cascades under rock candy, a pumpkin behind a cable stay bridge. The Domes of old an... (more)
1002 powering up the grade in the last few hundred metres before the yard limits at Don.
1002 sits at Coles Beach platform after running around in preparation for the return journey to Don. The nameboard indicates this is Don Junction - where the Don River Railway meets the mainline.
Inside the cab of 1002 as it makes its way through the bushland on the way to Don Junction. Note the speed - 11km/h.
Ex-Emu Bay Railway Co. locomotive 1002 on Saturday duties at Don River Railway.
Alco S3 built in May, 1951 for National Harbours Board in Montreal. Now sees occasional service at the Canadian Railway Muesum at Saint-Constant, Quebec.