Standing on main street in downtown Thurmond.
The conductor of CP 101 carrys a case of water to the engine to complete the crew change
CP 441 departs Thunder Bay with a great lash up. A white SOO sd 60 followed by a red barn and a sd 40-2 all elephant style.
CP 5727 leads the TEC train out of Thunder Bay due to CP 8217 having mechanical issues. First time I have seen CPs TEC train running with two units
I'm pretty sure of the date, but not 100%; this was in for the Santa Fe Modelers convention in Temple.
The 1910 built Climax #3 sits at the station waiting for passengers to get on for the next trip down the abandoned C&O line. If it were not for the cars to the right in the photo, this would be a ... (more)
A return to a time when passenger trains ran on schedule, and a drowsy kitten carried the advertising load for the C&O Railway. The drum head of the restored PV Chapel Hill, on the rear of the Ne... (more)
Rare GN NW-3 rests on display just wet of the Whitefish depot.
Eager passengers await the arrival of Big Six, with the Bald Knob train.
Next Stop, Whittaker Station!
Engineer Dirk Caloccia keeps a keen eye on the cylinder cocks as he blows the condensation out on the departure from Cass.
A group of children stare onward as Shay 11 leaves the depot. A beautiful show today, by the folks of Cass Scenic Railroad.
Big Six pulls into the depot to begin loading over 500 riders for the trip to bald knob.