CPR 4-4-0 #374 sits on display at the former CPR Drake Street Roundhouse in Vancouver. Before being converted into a community centre, the roundhouse was one of two major servicing centres for CPR... (more)
One of the perks of truck driving has found me in interesting places with interesting loads. One of the most interesting is the Railroad Ties and Crossing Panels I had to deliver to the Golden Spi... (more)
Pulling away from Tomorrowland Station, Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, Roy O Disney ascends the 2% grade for Main Street USA.
A tour of the Walt Disney facility finds this Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, named after Roy O Disney sits outside the shops ready for service hauling passengers.
For my 500th entry: Part of the 2017 annual "Railfan Day" at Steam Into History. This year I was asked to help provide lighting for the event and had a mission to make it more realistic ... (more)
Coming back into New Freedom, York 17 passes by the Pennsy N8 and N5 on the left, and the small interchange yard with the Stewartstown Railroad on the left.
In the Hall of Honor. As you tour the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History, The General is the last exhibit you see before exit. As I left the facility, I could not resist thi... (more)
The General - Original or Replica? The General, as we see it today, bears only a passing resemblance to the locomotive that was the subject of the "Great Locomotive Chase" in 1862. For o... (more)
The Western & Atlantic "General". Arguably the most famous steam locomotive of all time is this 1855, 4-4-0, "American" Locomotive, built by Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor ... (more)
Chasing the Santa Train in the first snowfall of the season in Central Pennsylvania.
Following Red Clay Creek... Wilmington & Western Locomotive #98 sets a leisurely pace as she winds her way along the historic Red Clay Creek in Ashland, Delaware, en route to her destinatio... (more)
Leaf Peepers. One of the Wilmington & Western Railroad's last Autumn Leaf Specials of the fall season gets underway in Greenbank, Delaware on generally sunny and mild afternoon in early Nov... (more)
This photo is from a postcard size glass negative by the late John Macartney Robbins who died in 1953. It shows Stephenson Locomotive Society members standing in front of an Etat (former Ouest) ra... (more)
Sunset on the the Döllnitzbahn: a private railway company in Saxony in eastern Germany. It is the operator of the Oschatz–Mügeln–Kemmlitz/Glossen narrow gauge line in central Saxony.
Nevada Short line No. 1, a Baldwin 36" gauge 4-6-0 built in 1879 resides in the rafters of the Museum.