Here we see two engines in the collection of the Colorado Railroad Museum that worked at iconic businesses in Colorado. CORX C988 was built in 1938 (SW) and then was rebuilt in 1957 as a SW900. Th... (more)
The 1400 Class locomotives were designed by Collett for local branch line work on the Great Western Railway.75 were built at Swindon between 1932 and 1936,and 4 members still survive.Here,1450 run... (more)
This Baldwin Locomotive Works engine is specially designed to climb steep mountain slopes of 25 percent by incorporating a cog which helps pull the train up the mountain and brake the train as it ... (more)
Steam and smoke mix in the forest after a hard run up the hill by the Manitou & Pike's Peak rarely-operated steam locomotive. The M&PP's 1897 Vauclain Compound cog locomotive #4 is believed to be ... (more)
M&PP's #4, an 1897 product of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, steams up the mainline on a fall afternoon at the world's highest cog railway. This locomotive is believed to be the only operating Vauc... (more)
Not Quite Altoona. WW&F#10 pretty much fills up the shop bay in Wiscasset. The smokebox in the foreground belongs to #10's future stablemate, presently awaiting installation of her ... (more)
Edward Thomas returns with the last train of the day.
Ladies and gentlemen of Railpictures, allow me to present the Talyllyn Railway. This narrow gauge railway began operations in December of 1866 and is one of the world's first preserved railways. ... (more)
A beautiful African sunrise and a few steam locomotives! What else do you need to be happy?