CRIP 4506 and CBQ 504 lead the Caboose train out of IRM, passing the semaphores just west of the museum.
Conway Scenic RR ex-MEC GP7 573 opens up railfans' weekend by leading the "freight train" down the former Boston and Maine Conway Branch and negotiating the old wooden trestle at Moat Br... (more)
C&O 5704 idles at Urbana, Ohio during the layover. After the layover 5704 would lead the Spirit of Urbana, a GP30, and a bunch of happy passengers back to the originating point of Washington Court... (more)
After being the "face" and sporting the colors of the LM&M Railroad for many years, the former CRC/LM&M GP7 55 rests as the depot in Lebanon between runs, now sporting her as-delivered C... (more)
A quartet of high hood first generation Geeps leads a westbound auto parts train.
Apparently my friend Tim Repp and I interrupted an Elks Club meeting at Field, BC while waiting for the "Canadian" to leave town. A heard of elk showed up and this cow was a little bit p... (more)
CNW 4154 switches the small yard just south of downtown Milwaukee in January of 1984. Very little business remains here today.
The Conway Scenic Valley Train is seen crossing the Moat Brook on Saturday, October 6, with CSRX GP7 573 leading the Conway-bound train.
A couple enjoys a stroll along the sidewalk in front of the Lebanon Depot as CRC/C&O GP7 5704 gets ready to lead an LM&M Railroad Lebanon Applefest Excursion south on the former CL&N.
Ex-Maine Central 573 leads the Valley Train over Moat Brook in Conway.
Traffic is stopped at the U S. Route 42 crossing between Lebanon and Hageman as the CRC/C&O GP7 5704 leads an LM&M Railroad Lebanon Applefest Excursion south on the former CL&N.
Katy Columbia Local has tested its air and is "highballing" for the junction with the mainline at McBaine, MO.
GP7 711 and GP30 2467 depart the run around at Nantahala with the now eastbound Nantahala Gorge excursion heading for the outdoor center.
CRC/C&O GP7 5704 leads an LM&M Railroad Lebanon Applefest Excursion at Glosser Road on the southern outskirts of Lebanon.