The crown jewel. Safely tucked away in Bay 1 of the Sheepscot Shop Building is the crown jewel in the WW&F Museum's collection: Locomotive #9. An 1891 product of Maine's Portland Company,... (more)
HMCR's high-nose B23-7 sits by Heart of Huntsville drive before sunrise on April 16, 2016.
HMCR made a rare evening run to Green Cove today, allowing me to get a shot of them at Airport Road lit up with the flashes.
Sweet Home Antonito. Lately, I've been on quite a number of charters, during which night photo sessions were planned. Unfortunately, on most of them, the night sessions ended up being canc... (more)
Two of HMCR's GEs rest for the evening by Heart of Huntsville drive.
On March 14, 2016, the Huntsville and Madison County Railroad took delivery of 2 B39-8s, one from MMA and one from SLRG. Here's 8539 resting between two cuts of cars at the north of the yard as th... (more)
Inside the cab of Cass Shay locomotive 11. The fireman looks over the locomotive from the ground.
The Deseret Power Ry.’s afternoon loaded train is rolling downgrade over Moffat County Road #134, also known as the Blue Mountain Road. This type of a culvert overpass is common on this railroad; ... (more)
A group of Alco's await the call to service on a chilly morning in Scranton.
The Deseret Power Ry’s E60 electric # DPR1 is seen here sitting at the very end of the coal loading loop. Just out of sight at the lower right corner is the spring switch at the main line. Enginee... (more)
Inside the boiler of L&N 4-6-2 #152, Kentucky Railway Museum volunteer Rob Minton inspects the work that has been done. All of the tubes and flues have been removed from inside the boiler in prepa... (more)
Former Reading T-1 #2102 at Port Clinton. The big Northern seen here undergoing disassembly in the Port Clinton Engine House is none other than former Reading Company T-1 #2102. Originally... (more)
Former Reading T-1 #2102 at Port Clinton. The big Northern seen here on the Port Clinton Turntable is none other than former Reading Company T-1 #2102. Originally built in 1923 by the Bald... (more)
CP 1098 at Port Clinton. Here's a rear-quarter view of CP 1098, a Canadian Pacific 10-wheeler, which now sits in the RBMN Yard at Port Clinton, PA. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company... (more)
CP 1098 at Port Clinton. CP 1098, a Canadian Pacific 10-wheeler, now sits in the RBMN Yard at Port Clinton, PA. Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1913 for the Canadian Pacific Ra... (more)