The old and the less old. The star of the show, former FEC 148, rests at the south locomotive shop being serviced prior to operating the last excursion of an excursion filled weekend running betwe... (more)
The 2nd runby during day one of the Trains Magazine photo charter with US Sugar 148 was here, where the Okeelanta Branch crosses one of the sugar field feeder lines at a diamond. The photo line ta... (more)
Day one of the Trains Magazine photo charter of US Sugar 148 was a trip from Clewiston to Okeelanta, with 10 empty sugar cane cars ahead of the passenger consist. At the wye in Okeelanta, the pass... (more)
David Welch paces the 1920-built US Sugar 148 in his 1930-built Ford Model A, along US highway 27 near Palmdale, Florida, at a steady 40 miles-per-hour.
The last runby during the Trains Magazine US Sugar 148 photo charter was at the curve near the Shawnee cane loadout between Moore Haven and Clewiston. On the final pass, the crew gave it all they ... (more)
Trains Magazine's photo charter train with US Sugar's pacific #148 is seen here crossing what I call the "curvy bridge", over a canal near the Sugarton cane loadout on the west side of C... (more)
Captured by my son, Michael, is an interesting view of US Sugar's Pacific #148 reflecting itself into a "pool of water" along the "Okeelanta Strait". I thought it w... (more)
US Sugar's shiny Pacific runs west across the Miami Canal, after leaving the Okeelanta sugar mill.
US Sugar's shiny Pacific glides east across the Miami Canal, nearing the Okeelanta sugar mill.
Cogwheel train from Kleine Scheidegg downhill toward Lauterbrunnen leaves the station Wengernalp (1874m asl). The peak in the background is called Eiger (3970m asl), with the world famous Eigernor... (more)
Cogwheel train from Kleine Scheidegg downhill toward Lauterbrunnen leaves the station Wengernalp (1874m asl)
An electric cog railcar crosses the Lütschine river, shortly after departing Lauterbrunnen. Just after the bridge, the steep incline to Wengan begins.
An electric cog railcar dives out of Wengan station, heading down the mountain to Lauterbrunnen.
A row of St.Kilda Road trams terminate at the Arts Centre siding due to track works further ahead near Flinders Street.
Amtrak #8 the Empire Builder has just departed Seattle Wa on a gorgeous spring day.