A closer look at the 1941 ALCo as it heads east across the Cima Subdivision, a former LA&SL property. In a few more hours Big Boy 4014 will leave its home state of 50 years, having spent much of i... (more)
Here we see the ‘front office’ of Big Boy UP 4005. The Forney Transportation Museum has designed the exhibit in such a way as to easily access the cab of the engine for this unique view. One can... (more)
Union Pacific 4005 is one of 8 surviving 4-8-8-4 Big Boy locomotives and is the only Big Boy ever converted to burn oil for fuel. She is one of only three housed in an enclosed facility, and can ... (more)
Welcome to Omaha, Nebraska! On a pleasantly warm Thanksgiving weekend, 6900 and 4023 welcome home visitors from vacations in Iowa and beyond along I-80.
Welcome to Omaha, Drone shot of UP #6900 & UP #4023 overlooking the Missouri River along Interstate I-80
Built by American Locomotive Works in 1941, #4012 is one of eight remaining survivors from her class. This locomotive hauled freight for 21 years between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Ogden, Utah. This lo... (more)
Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 26 steams past Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4012 at Steamtown National Historic Site.
A look inside the cab of UP Big Boy steam locomotive No. 4006
The rising sun lights up the flanks of Steamtown's Big Boy.
Had a private tour of the Steam Shops by Ed Dickens. At time of photo most of the parts were ready to go into the 4014.
"Big Boy" #X4012 sitting at Steamtown, PA. with the early morning sun at Railfest.
A Big Boy hauls reefers towards Hermosa tunnels. It looks pretty lush with vegetation this time of year.
There's plenty of steam leaking and visible because of the cold as this Big Boy charges up Sherman Hill.
A Big Boy hammers out of Cheyenne and heads for the climb to Sherman Hill