Two narrow gauge lines (760 mm) were built by the Steiermärkische Landesbahnen (StmLB) in 1892: Poljčane - Konjice (Poltschach - Gonobitz), today in Slovenia, and Preding-Wieseldorf - Stainz,... (more)
There aren't too many tourist railroads that include a spin on the turntable as part of your ride. The 1913-built ex-Georgia Power saddletanker is taking a lunch break.
The Glover Machine Works. When you visit the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in Kennesaw, GA, the famous "General" is not the only locomotive you'll see. After the Civil... (more)
Engineer Sam Lanter takes a break en route to North Bristol on a dreary day in 1980. The photographer was his fireman this day (and also engineer at times) in an unsuccessful attempt to use number... (more)
A "light engine" with 9 narrow gauge steam locomotives on the way back "Mont Blanc Hill" - St Valery.
A "light engine" with 9 narrow gauge steam locomotives on the grade to the "Mont Blanc Hill" out of St Valery.
Surprising sight of a steam-loc hauled tramway in the middle of a main avenue in a modern German city.
"Feuriger Elias" rounds the balloon track at the end of the line at Griesheim, at it departs for another trip to downtown Darmstadt
Feuriger Elias wandering about in the woods
The steam tram that wanted to be a big train crosses the Luisenplatz under the watchful eye of Ludwig I von Hessen-Darmstadt or en English Louis I, Grand Duke of Hesse (1753-1830). He was kind of ... (more)
A pint-size Porter. White Mountain Central's tiny Porter #1 kicks off the 2014 celebration of "Railroad Days", leading the early morning parade of trains up the mile and a half mountain rai... (more)
There was a time in the 19th and early 20th century when tramways (or streetcars or LRVs as you like to call them) were steam locomotive-hauled (and even before that... (more)