two old beautys, the nicely restored McKeen Motor Car #22 at the NSRM yard. The porthole windows were a McKeen trademark and Virginia and Truckee #22 'Inyo' built 1875, one of the finest steameng... (more)
Having returned from Hanover Jct., #17 rests before being moved back into its shed.
Walt Disney World's 4-4-0 "Roy O. Disney" starts up the 2% grade through Tomorrowland.
When one considers the huge amount of American type steam locomotives that once worked the rails of this country it is kind of sad how few survived. They mostly reached retirement age at a time wh... (more)
A sight to behold in North Creek, NY. North Creek locals, many of whom had never seen a live steam locomotive, take an opportunity to marvel at the sight of one of the prettiest ones in exi... (more)
Wilmington & Western 4-4-0 #98 prepares for a special Valentine's Day excursion on the night of February 14th, 2015. The event took place both Friday and Saturday night, though it was the falling... (more)
Disney World steam locomotive Roy O Disney 4-4-0 No. 4 departs the Fantasyland station. The water tank in the background is frequently utilized to water the locomotives.
Disney World steam locomotive 4-4-0 Roy O Disney No. 4 departs the Fantasyland station.
Northern Central Railway, ca 1865. A Northern Central engine crew pose with their locomotive at New Freedom, PA, just a few miles north of the Mason-Dixon Line, shortly after the Confederat... (more)
Seitzville - Crossing Cordorus Creek. The Northern Central's Locomotive #17 "York" rumbles across the concrete and steel bridge spanning Cordorus Creek, on a cool, damp fall day. ... (more)
Fall comes to the Northern Central. The gentle fall of the colorful autumn leaves under a cool, gray sky provides an idyllic setting in which to photograph the passage of an equally colorfu... (more)
The uniform was a little different back then. A Northern Central Railway engine crew takes a brief moment to relax as they await orders from a station agent, to continue their journey south... (more)
Historic Hanover Junction. The Northern Central's Locomotive #17 "York" arrives at Hanover Junction with a passenger train that originated in her namesake city, about 20 miles to ... (more)
Currier & Ives. Like a scene straight off a Currier & Ives colored lithograph, the Northern Central Railroad's Locomotive 17 "York" takes a short passenger consist south through S... (more)
Central Pacific RR No. 1, the "Governor Stanford", is a Baldwin 4-4-0 "American" type steam locomotive. She is seen here sitting on display inside the California State Railroad... (more)