The Luncheon run of the Napa Valley Wine Train passes through the Dominus Estate on the return trip from St Helena to Napa. Our thoughts and hopes go out to all the people and First Responders af... (more)
One for the many beautiful jewels that is part of the Monticello Railway Museum Collection is this 1959 Montreal Locomotive Work (MLW) built FPA-4 CN 6789 dress in it's retro Canadian National pai... (more)
VIA Rail MLW FPA-4 6777 still in CN colors leads Sarnia train 83 near Toronto's Union Station.
The Ocean, at speed in the Matapedia River Valley in Quebec Province, Canada. Eaatbound with lead unit MLW FPA-4, VIA 6786, taken from the shoulder of Rt.132.Train will shortly arrive at Matapedia... (more)
Two railway timeless beauties of the Grand Canyon Railway! The southbound "Grand Canyon Limited", pulled by the Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 (Alco Design) instead of the F40 locomotiv... (more)
The southbound "Grand Canyon Limited", pulled by the Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4 (Alco Design) instead of the F40 locomotives (per request of Lerro Productions for a two-day steam ph... (more)
On a rare occasion, the Grand Canyon Railway will run their Alcos locomotives on their trains to the Grand Canyon. Per the request of a photo charter happening on the line, the Alcos pulled the Ca... (more)
The Napa Valley Railroad Sunset Dinner Train.
"Baltimore & Ohio 800" emerges from the south portal of Howard Tunnel on the ex-Pennsylvania Railroad Northern Central Branch with a mantrap sponsored by the Chesapeake Division of the Railroad En... (more)
CNR 6789 is reversing a few more car lengths so that they can make several photo-run-byes for the people coming into NCTM for the Stream Liners event.
Westbound Halifax-Montreal VIA Rail train 14 The Ocean leaving Bathurst, New Brunswick with two MLW (Alco) FPA-4's and two GMD F9B's June 30, 1983.
VIA Rail MLW FPA-4 No.6787 on the westbound Ocean.
A Grand Canyon Railway train arrives at the South Rim of Arizona’s Grand Canyon led by A-B set Montreal Locomotive Works (Alco design) FPA-4s on March 17, 2005