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
The Green Class Lights are a Classy Touch!The long trip from Union Pacific's West Colton Yard in Bloomington, California, to Cheyenne, Wyoming, is under way as the special ferrying ... (more)
Working upgrade into Lugo, UP 4014 east meets the UP 8147 west as seen looking down the boiler of Union Pacific's newest acquisition to their heritage steam fleet - the first UP 4014 - a 4-8-8-4 &... (more)
With the servicing stop near Cajon Junction, UP 4014 leads Big Boy 4014 and the UP steam program's support cars upgrade toward the towering Mormon Rocks as the massive 4-8-8-4 continues on its jou... (more)
The Australian Railway Historical Society, Canberra Museum owns this Beyer Garratt locomotive, DC-6029, built by Beyer Peacock & Co., Manchester, England. It entered service with the N.S.W.G.Rlys ... (more)
Maitland steamfests great train race.
The largest steam locomotive on the East Coast: Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4017 at Steamtown.
UP "Big Boy" 4006 sits on display at the Museum of Transportation.
Prior to the move of UP's Big Boy steam locomotive #4014 from its home in Pomona, California, the Rail Giants Museum put on a night time photo shoot with help from Steve Crise. There were about tw... (more)
Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 awaits its return to hopeful service one day.
Steam makes a pretty good smoke screen in the winter time making for poor visibility. 4020 is almost completely engulfed in steam as smoke exhaust rises very high.
A Big Boy pulls through a cut at Perkins, part of the new line. The new line was completed and opened on May 12, 1952.