On the left locomotive "JACK LANE" heads up the grade and past locomotive"STATFOLD". Both the subject of my last photograph from Beamish museum
The latest addition to the Gramling family of small tank engines, Jeddo Coal 85, pauses briefly between runs down a short section of track at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
A couple of weeks ago Beamish museum held its annual steam fair. Two guest locomotives came from the Statfold Barn museum and they have yet to return. The two men in charge of the railways at Beam... (more)
North British Locomotive #792 starts the climb up to Ghoom
Celebration "20 years of the tourist railway Valley de l’Aa". The former Polish Ty 2 6690 is ready with a train to Arques. Visitors can do a ride on the 0-4-0 locomotive "Yvonne&quo... (more)
Next Year we a Phototrain with 33 037
Optical effect, "Popeye" seems in steam but smoke is produced by Garratt !
The second day of Beamish musem's four day Festival of Steam. Scene is of the colliery yard where locomotive "Lewin" is bringing in a rake of Chaldron wagons which the coffee pot(red loc... (more)
Steam that did run on Sunday was this 0-4-0 Peckett. The second coach is one that was transported from British Columbia a couple of years ago and has been restored. The locomotive that came with i... (more)
The three replica early locomotives at Beamish museum are housed in a replica shed from 1825. On Sundays one is usually steamed to haul a rake of early coaches. Sunday last and nothing was running... (more)
The Last Sentinel!
The last steam locomotive in America in non-tourist service could be found in Brazil. The management of Amsted Maxion in Cruzeiro (SP) was steam freindly, and so t... (more)