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.
A Big Boy pulling a string of reefers rolls through Harriman on the new line.
Big Boy 4018 begins its decent downhill towards Sherman Hill.
Big Boys 4006 makes a run for Sherman hill.
Big Boys 4003 and 4012 double head over the new Harriman Line.
A Big Boy hauls a string of reefers over Sherman Hill.