Fireball freight heads west. Wearing the fireball logo of the Western Maryland Railway, a heavy 2-8-0 heads west around Helmstetter's Curve with a freight consist on a bleak January morning... (more)
Eureka on the High Bridge. A late August afternoon finds the 1875-vintage Eureka & Palisade Number 4 hauling a passenger extra across the famous High Bridge above the Animas River at Tacoma... (more)
An early spring along the Animas. The calendar says that winter still has a month to go, but already, the snows in the foothills of the San Juan Mountains are beginning to melt away. A bri... (more)
Steamscape - Winter in the San Juans. A fresh dusting of snow covers the San Juan Foothills as a D&RGW mixed train eases through the High Line, some 400 feet above the icy Animas River.
Shadows and highlights. Late afternoon sun filters through the leafless brush and highlights the chocolate plume from D&RGW 478, as she drifts toward the Colorado Highway 250 crossing above... (more)
Steamscape - Winter at Red Clay Creek. Delaware's Wilmington & Western Railroad follows the Red Clay Creek on its journey from Greenbank to Hockessin, crossing the waterway no fewer than 9 ... (more)
America's last operational, standard gauge 4-4-0 plies the former B&O Landenberg Branch in the livery of the Wilmington & Western Railroad during this 2011 Lerro Productions Charter. In th... (more)
North to Chester. My parting shot of Connecticut's Valley Railroad for 2011 was taken the day after Christmas, as one of the line's last steam trips for the year headed out of Essex toward ... (more)
Portland, Maine's Polar Express is operated by the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. on the city's Eastern Promenade. In this scene, Monson Railroad #4, an 18-ton Vulcan, built in 1918, pro... (more)
Narrow gauge passenger service in Alna, Maine, circa 1911. See photo data for actual date.
Bed-time for Number 10. After hauling a record load of passengers at the 2011 Victorian Christmas event, the line's 12-ton Vulcan Forney passes the replica Head Tide Tankhouse for the last ... (more)
Slim-Gauge Field of Dreams. Here's a not-often-seen view of the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard in Alna, Maine. This is their base of operations and the terminus for all train operations. T... (more)
Southbound to Sheepscot. With every piece of the WW&F Museum's passenger equipment trailing behind her, Locomotive #10 drifts through Cockeye Curve on the southbound run from Alna Center to... (more)
Snowy departure at Sheepscot. Although the weather in Maine during December of 2011 has hardly been winter-like, the WW&F's Victorian Christmas event was treated to an unforecast, early mor... (more)
Merry Christmas from Maine! The Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum's Locomotive Number 10 puts on a spectacular display of smoke and steam as she approaches the private crossi... (more)