Look! There just ahead!! It's a bird, it's a train - it's Aerotrain! Built by GM to "save the industry" in 1955, the train was lightweight and streamlined utilizing a set of modified GM Truck &... (more)
B&O Camelback #173
Built in 1873 by the B&O Mount Clare Shops, this 4-6-0 Camelback (originally #373) was retired in 1901 and survives today at the Saint Louis Museum of Transportation.... (more)
The iconic Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #952 4-4-0 Camelback.
Making it's long overdue appearance on RP, this ... (more)
Mohawk Makeover. Restoration at the Museum of Transportation is picking up. NYC 4-8-2 Mohawk type steam locomotive #2933 still has a long way to go in its restoration, but progress is being... (more)
Union Pacific Big Boy #4006 sits on display at the Museum of Transportation. This engine type, built strictly for the Union Pacific is well represented as 8 of the 25 built survived the torch to ... (more)
"Built to save the business", the EMD Aerotrain came to be in 1955. Inspired by the style of the day and the buses of the GM division, the train even was complete with Chevy Nomad tail fins on th... (more)
Known at one time as the "loudest engine in America" for its exceptionally sharp exhaust, former excursion star Frisco 1522 now sits entombed in the Museum of Transportation. I was fortunate enoug... (more)
Winter Time at the Museum of Transportation! Several pieces of equipment sit in the snow on a frigid January 8th. Included are (from left to right) US Army B- 2069; UP Centennial #6944; St. Louis ... (more)
Experimental turbine powered loco built by Davenport-Besler for the US Army in 1952. She now resides at the Museumof Transportation in St Louis.
Whitcomb 65 ton switcher at the Museum of Transportatoin in St. Louis, MO.
A classic UP Rotary Snowplow, this view shows the blades in a view not many have seen.
Duluth Missabe & Northern steam engine 502 sits next to a old ALCO at the Museum of transportation.
Erie Lackawanna SD45 3607 sits on display at the Museum of Transportation, looking good in its fresh paint.
Nice restoration of a classy paint scheme.