Train #77324 has just left the Grodzisk station and is now on its way back to Wolsztyn.
Yes, it is still possible to witness regular passenger trains in Poland hauled by steam locomotives in 2012. The train #77325 has left Wolsztyn at 5.22 am and will reach Poznan two hours later.
An extra/last run of the day from Georgetown to the top. This is one of the most impressive railroading shows out there...looks calm right here, but the sight of the steam working up the steep gr... (more)
A steam special train on the line Chabowka - Nowy Sacz with the ex austrian class Ol 12.
It was taken in May 1999.
GWR Small Prairie Tank No. 5553 pilots GWR 4160 Large Prairie No. 4160 south from Castle Hill towards Woolston Moor, during an unseasonally hot October Steam Gala.
Soo 2719 charges north towards Two Harbors from Duluth with a small passenger train in tow.
Lee Tidewater Cypress Company 2-6-2 No 16 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in June, 1919 for the Burton-Swartz Cypress Company in Perry, Florida. She had 44" drivers, 16 x 24 inch cylinde... (more)
GWR 2-6-2T no. 5526 leaves Buckfastleigh with a train for Totnes on the South Devon Railway.
Built by Baldwin in 1914 for the Carpenter-o'Brien Lumber Company, this engine served many lumber industries in Florida until retired and purchased by Nelson Blunt for the original Steamtown colle... (more)
Fort Edmonton's steam engine crosses the streetcar tracks on the double diamond.
BR Standard Class 4 No 80002 enters Mytholmes tunnel on the KWVR with snow still on the ground.
GWR Large Prairie 4141 heads back to Loughborough over Swithland viaduct.Great Central Railway.