Impressively, at 60 years old, this old INER geep is still hanging on.
It's 33 degrees and this fine example of EMD LaGrange is plugged in to alleviate the possibility of freeze damage while sitting all alone on a cold December afternoon. The evening temps have bee... (more)
A short Indiana Northeastern freight bound for Coldwater trundles along through the Michigan countryside with freshly repainted and renumbered former IN 1500 leading the way.
A puff of smoke as 1602 gets started up for the first time today. The 1602 was keept here in Coldwater for switching duty at the Darling Rendering Plant.
Mothers Day Special run. A Little River Doubbl Headder.
1602 gets some switching action in Coldwater at the Darling Plant.
With their morning switching done, the IN crew heads back to Hillsdale, passing the nicely restored station near downtown Coldwater. This station (and the similar looking building behind it) are ... (more)
Little Pacific 110 waits for the signal to proceed east to Quincy, Mi on this fall day.
The day is ending for 110 while pulling the Holiday express, making it one less day the kids aboard have to wait until Christmas comes!
Looking as if it was coming out of the pages of a Lucius Beebe book. Little River 110 pulls a mixed train of tourist through the Michigan countryside.
Resting her feet after a good days work 110 basks along with a tree in the autumn breeze.
Don’t let her size fool you, 110 is as capable as her big sisters to put on a good smoking show.
Old brittle hose + high pressure water = cold shower
No. 110 and No. 1 at the Coldwater depot of the Little River Railroad.
No. 110 heading towards Coldwater during Train Fest Weekend. The engine is famous for being the smallest standard gauge Pacific ever constructed.