CSXT 3075 sits in Grafton awaiting its next assignment.
It's a long way down..... This image, made back in 2008, gives you the view that Mt. Washington Cog Railway passengers have as they descend Cold Spring Hill, just below the Waumbek Water Ta... (more)
All but forgotten: MWRC #1 "Mt. Washington". Tucked away behind the engine shed at the Cog Railway's shop complex sits an old soldier that has long since been put out to pasture. ... (more)
Putting #2 away - Part 3: Safely home. With the shop crew already milling around their wounded locomotive, MWRC #2 is now safely tucked away in the Cog Railway's shop building. Moments fr... (more)
Putting #2 away - Part 2: The transfer table. For many decades, the Cog Railway's steam locomotives have resided in the row of stalls you see to the left, behind the locomotive. They are ... (more)
Putting #2 away - Part 1. The process of putting one of the Cog Railway's steam engines away in the shop building is one that most rail enthusiasts never see. For one thing, it's just not... (more)
Stuff happens. What was to be the last day of steam operations on the Mt. Washington Cog Railway ended early for Engineer Joe and Fireman "Cookie." They had two runs scheduled this day and... (more)
Mt. Washington Cog Railway Track Maintenance Car. Just how difficult could it be to maintain a railway that is all of 3.1 miles long? Well, if the railway is built entirely on wooden tres... (more)
TAG 80 rides the turntable at the east Chattanooga shops.
"Cogger" Joe Eggleston and his "office". They say that if you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life. Of all of the railroad people I have met over the years, I think this ... (more)
TAG 80 and her crew pose with Old Glory at Chattanooga Tn
Under a thick layer of costal, morning overcast, steam from this morning's operations of Fillmore & Western 14 lingers a little longer in the air as the 2-8-0 heads east for a blowdown before back... (more)
Reflections From the Pride of First Class...Now Covered in Graffiti. It was an incredibly sad sight to turn the corner at Beech Grove, Indiana, and spot a pair of now retired Pacific Parlou... (more)
4397 getting set up for service after recently arriving at the shops.