Livery "TER Normandie"
This looks like a string of abandoned equipment, but in fact it's the opposite. A year before Connecticut's Valley Railroad began operation on a former New Haven branchline, organizers had gathere... (more)
Between 1966 and 1968, the Connecticut group that in 1971 would found the Valley Railroad tourist line ran a series of fantrips on New Haven RR trackage using privately owned ex-Birmingham & South... (more)
A late Amtrak 04T races around 20W, attempting to make up for lost time.
Mobile & Gulf 2-6-0 #97 working at Brownville, AL in August 1962.
One of Sandstone Estate's class NG6s (commonly known as a 'Lawley') performs a runpast, on a cold Eastern-Free State morning.
As night rushes on, Amtrak roars past the vintage B&O depot in West Newton. (Built 1893 by Ephraim Francis Baldwin) At least forty years have elapsed since its last train.
Sandstone Estate's ex-South African Railways class NG 6 (better known as a Lawley) performs an early morning runpast for photographers. This was the Lawley's first public run after restoration.
More than a century after it worked the steep grades through the Amatongas Forest on the 24-inch Beira Railway, "Lawley" No.97 is once more the belle of the ball, wreathed in steam while... (more)
Transport in Africa a century ago, the train and oxwagon, recreated at Sandstone Estates. Built by Brush in 1895 for the Beira/Umtali railway.
Built by Brush in 1895 for the Beira/Umtali railway, she worked on many other railways, being stored for almost 50 years, Sandstone Estates brought her back to life. The winds that have blown the ... (more)
Privately owned ex- Birmingham & S.E.R.R. No.97 (Alco-Cooke 1923) working a passenger train from Chester to Essex on a beautiful fall afternoon, during the CVRM's 1986 Railfan Day and Train Meet.
Mobile & Gulf #97 making up its train at Brownville, AL || August 1962