On 17 January 1925, the Compagnie des Chemins de Fer de lEst took delivery of their first high-speed locomotive at the Epernay works, the 241 A1, number 41 001. The engine they acquired provided ... (more)
"Train of Araucanía", with the steam locomotive Mountain No. 820 (built in 1940 by Baldwin Locomotive Works), on special tourist service, cross the beautiful bridge over the Calle-Calle river.
Big steam knocks down the PRR PL's at George's Station as it leads the PRR and CR heritage units to Conway.
19D No. 3323 Sarah Jane comes off the Ceres branch into Wolseley station. She has still got another 140 km to go before reaching Cape Town
12AR 1535 pulls away from Vereeniging station on the final leg of the 15 day 4900km Kei Explorer Tour. This locomotive is still in excursion service, in full operating order, under the care... (more)
The 13km Hex River Tunnel was never designed for steam traction, but crews on steam specials had determined it was possible to drift down from Kleinstraat to Salbar without the need for any electr... (more)
14CRB 1882 performing a runpast at Marevlakte
With snow on the upper slopes of the Gydo Mountains providing a suitable backdrop, 19D's 2640 and 3334 depart Prince Alfed Hamlet
Already beginning to fall the light of day, and after a exhausting day, this beautiful mountain steam locomotive is saved in the warehouse of steam locomotives of Temuco.