The French Lick Scenic Railway's restored AW&W Alco RS-1 number 4 leads the FLSR passenger train out of a nice curve just outside of French Lick.
The AW&W 4 "test train" shoves past Vine Street on the way back to the yard/depot area.
French Lick & West Baden number 1 trolley makes its rounds around the resort as AW&W RS 1 number 4 prepares to lead a Wizard of Oz afternoon excursion.
The regular excursion train has finished up for the day, allowing recently restored AW&W 4 an opportunity to get loose on a short test run up the hill.
AW&W RS1 4 recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway takes break for its next Wizard of Oz excursion.
Recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway Algers Winslow & Western RS1 number 4 returns to French Lick after an afternoon trip to Cuzco.
Indiana Railway Museum's recently restored AW&W Alco RS-1 poses alongside Monon Drive after an afternoon test run. According to RRPA roster info this unit was built 1/1947 as DSS&A 103.
With the day's afternoon excursion complete, consisting of GP16 #1813 and five cars, Indiana Railway Museum's beautifully restored AW&W Alco RS-1 gets loose on a test run using the same consist fo... (more)
The red flag marks the engineer's stop for Indiana Railway Museum's twice-weekly 10-mile run from French Lick, Ind. to this spot, called Gradman Station, on an ex-Southern Ry. branch line. The co... (more)
This Box Car has seen better day, But atleast there was a life after death for this box car.
One of the last operating revenue steam engines in the US. #97 was retired in 1972.
I don't think that tender is gonna be the right size for that locomotive. A tank engine basks in the sun at the Ind. RR Museum
Anymore letters and they're gonna run outta room on the tender! Bet nooooobody's EVER made fun of the name, French Lick have they?
A 1912 Baldwin this unit was formerly an Angelins Neches River Railroad locomotive.