A SLICE OF HISTORY. In 1976 the last train ran along the 18 mile line from Haltwhistle to Alston. Attempts were made to preserve it as a standard gauge railway but the line was quickly ripped up. ... (more)
"Stablemates". The likelihood that BLW #26 and CN #3254 ever shared the same roundhouse in regular service is slim to none, but in the new era of steam preservation they can be found bot... (more)
With her train all stretched out on the South end of the yard, BLW #26 shoves the "Scranton Limited" back toward the loading platform. Behind her is the former Lackawanna Railroad sandin... (more)
Relics of the past are seen at every angle in the Steamtown National Historic Site. Here, Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 switches around the yard with the "Scranton Limited" as she passes ... (more)
A product of the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1929, #26, an 0-6-0 switcher passes the former Lackawanna switch tower pulling the "Scranton Limited".
At the start of their annual gala locomotives taking part begin to raise steam
Y112 leads a Ballarat Heritage Weekend shuttle down Warrenheip Bank, with A2 986 trailing.
Y112 leads a Ballarat Heritage Weekend shuttle down Warrenheip Bank, with A2 986 trailing out of shot.
Easter Done Like ChristmasCNJ 115 (really 113 masquerading as her long-scrapped sister) pulls into the station at Minersville, PA to start loading passengers for the day's Easter Bu... (more)
Anthracite CountryCentral of New Jersey #113 (disguised as long-scrapped sister 115) trundles over a swollen and obviously-polluted Little Schuylkill River outside Minersville. In t... (more)
Double headed steam train arriving at Watchet during the Steam Gala.
A doubleheader by any other name, perhaps....SR Maunsell Q-class #30541 in BR livery is seen on the rear of the last run of "Camelot", pulling on the other end. They picked this one up ... (more)