Spectacle at Yacolt Creek. With the morning sun highlighting her plume, Crossett Western #10 makes a rather spectacular start with her short freight, just a hundred yards or so south of the... (more)
In a cavern, in a canyon..... Crossett Western #10 exits the 300 ft long, curved tunnel near Mouton Falls, and is seen here among the dense vegetation in the rock cut that marks the approac... (more)
Misty morning in Yacolt. The early morning ground fog and mist are still burning off in the tiny Washington hamlet of Yacolt, as the crew of a Crossett Western saddle-tanker takes their loc... (more)
The first train of the season 2017 is leaving the station Epfenhofen on the way back from Weizen to Zollhaus-Blumberg.
The barely audible gurgle of flowing water in Roundtop Creek is momentarily interrupted by the sound and fury of Hammond Lumber 17, re-enacting a scene typical of the Pacific coast forests 50 or m... (more)
On the way back to Zollhaus-Blumberg, the leading steamlocomotive 262 is leaving the 224 meter Long Grimmelshofener-Tunnel.
The morning train to Weizen is passing over the Biesenbach Bridge.
The afternoon train from Weizen to Zollhaus-Blumberg is passing over the Biesenbach bridge. The mechanical signal belongs to the station Epfenhofen.
The afternoon train from Weizen to Zollhaus-Blumberg is passing over the Wutach Bridge.
The 1954 built steam locomotive 262 is passing over the Epfenhofen bridge on the heritage railway „Sauschwänzlebahn“.
The afternoon train with the leading steam locomotive 262 on the way from Weizen to Zollhaus-Blumberg.
Pacific Lumber Company 2-8-2T #37, originally Sugar Pine Lumber Company #4 sits in storage at the Strasburg Rail Road awaiting funds to complete a restoration to operation. The engine, built by A... (more)
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 is arriving at the station Lausheim-Blumegg.
On the Sauschwänzlebahn BB 262 leaves the unique helical tunnel in Germany: "Great Stockhaldetunnel" (length 1700m / 5577 ft).
Steam train of association "IG Dreiseenbahn" with the 86 333 (operated by WTB Wutachtalbahn e.V.) on the way from Seebrugg to Titisee.