Making its way back east to Fillmore, the railroad's 104-year-old steam locomotive prepares to tackle the grade on its way into town as it crosses a dry riverbed that leads to the Santa Clarita Ri... (more)
Southern 630 and 4501 shortly after getting on the Chattooga & Chickamauga Railway with the Southern Railway Historical Association charter trip to Summerville, GA.
734 stands on exhibition, no steam, brought over to Cumberland for "Heritage Days" event. Behind her is caboose 1813, redone in bright red in the older WM paint scheme. Also is Plymouth ... (more)
Duluth & Northeastern No. 28 smokes it up as it rolls past Tom's Logging Camp. This was the first weekend of public operation for No. 28 since its 5 year, $750,000 restoration.
Duluth & Northeastern No. 28 steams across the French River bridge as returns to Duluth following its first run to Two Harbors.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad 2-8-0 No. 1702 leads the westbound leg of the Tuckasegee River Excursion through the Thomas Valley as the Blue Ridge Mountains stand tall in the distance.
WMSR 734 charges toward the photo line on a Carl Franz Photo Special.
GSMR No. 1702 on the west end of the "Tuck Train" is pulled into Dillsboro for a layover before leading the westbound run back to Bryson.
On a trip with a fellow railfan that ended up a trip with 5 or 6 people chasing, GSMR 1702 rolls through one of the many large farms in the Thomas Valley.
K167 is statically preserved in the quiet country town of Wycheproof. Along with a 'Z' guard's van, it rests on a short siding off the turntable.
Southern Railway 630 and 4501 running through the famous s-curve at Rock Spring, GA with the Summerville Steam Special.
Southern Railway 630 and 4501 run down the Belt Line with the Summerville Steam Special.
Putting on a show of smoke and steam Alberta Prairie Railway's 2-8-0 #41 switches the passenger train in the Stettler station yard.
With the locomotive's blowdown complete, the crew of F&W No. 14 back the 104-year-old steam locomotive toward their train at the Fillmore depot to prepare for the day's runs out west and back.