Norfolk and Western class J 611 is being serviced before a weekend of excursions to Chattanooga and Toccoa. A southbound MARTA train on the North Line soars overhead. This is now called the Gold L... (more)
The former Chesapeake and Ohio J-3 Greenbriar 614T wears its temporary number while running westbound with hoppers during the January 1985 steam power tests.
SP 4449 is in the process of doing a photo run-by at the Gaviota Bridge, which is located at the Gaviota State Beach. Having pulled the Louisiana World's Fair Daylight from Portland to New Orlea... (more)
Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad GE 70-Tonner yard switcher No. 50, "American Freedom Train" 4-8-4 No. 1 (former Reading Railroad No. 2101) manufactured by Baldwin Locomotive Works and C... (more)
Norfolk & Western 611 briefly interrupts the flow of life in Reidsville, NC as it pulls a ferry move northward toward Roanoke, going through the crossover called as Edna. Two Southern Railway cant... (more)
A large crowd of railfans and locals greet Southern Pacific 4449 as she rounds the curve in the San Luis Obispo yard. Having pulled the Louisiana World's Fair Daylight from Portland to New Orlean... (more)
While recently going through the last remaining items of my Dad's estate, I came across this old Baldwin Locomotive Works card of Santa Fe Northern 3764. My Dad's great uncle Rob, Robert F. McKee... (more)
In the middle of a refurbishment, 4-8-4 CN 6200 sits on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, scheduled to reopen in a few months, after being closed since 2014.
After a couple hour delay in Lynchburg, VA on Saturday, April 9th, N&W 611 is finally southbound on the return trip to Spencer, NC over the famous double track steel viaduct in Altavista, VA, alon... (more)
The Reading Company's Iron Horse Rambles utilizing T-1 class 4-8-4 No. 2124 that began in 1959 were sell out affairs and soon acquired a running mate in No. 2100. Thrilling double-header excursion... (more)
The Southern Pacific 4449 leads its excursion southward through the farmland of central Oregon.
4449 leads the return excursion to Portland through Madras.
Running late, the SP 4449 leads the Cascades Daylight over the first of several bridge crossings over the Deschutes River, a waterway the train traveled along shortly after reentering Oregon.