The B&O Atlantic: Now sold on steam, the B&O purchased this actual locomotive from a clock maker, Phineas Davis in 1832. The railroad was so happy with the performance of the engine, it b... (more)
A nice posed shot during the Friday night photo session of the West Virginia festival featured Flagg Coal 75 (receiving some attention), New Hope Valley 17 and B&O 722.
The engineer and his crew prepare to switch these coaches onto the next train...
Special thanks goes to MSRLHA for the lighting and those involved in organizing West Virginia Rails 2010.
Petersburg, WV celebrated 100 years of rails. Here New Hope Valley Steam Locomotive rests for the night.
It was quite the sight to see Flagg Coal 75 operating at Steamtown for a weekend. The engine along with the DL caboose were both built locally which provided a nice, historical scene for the unoff... (more)
#17 was the saving grace at WV Rails for those coming to see steam running where it hasn't been in a good many years. This was also #17's first trip away from home rails in NC.
Here 75 is being run by a novice who has paid for the privilege of operating her. This little engine has the loudest shrill whistle I've ever heard. It and New Hope Valley's 17 were pure delights ... (more)
New Hope 17 waits while passengers load, and as she does so, Potomac Eagle F unit in C&O colors, 8016, and the South Branch Valley RR's B&O passenger Geep pose for the folks. In the right backgro... (more)
I think this gem was the hit of the 2010 West Virginia Railfest. Sharp and clean, with two great sounding whistles, she sure looked good.
Flag Coal 75 and B&O 722 join NHVR 17 under the full moon at the South Side Depot.
New Hope Valley's number 17 gets a little service.
Flagg 75 is being winched onto an ingenious flatbed rig. Word is, it's destination is West Virginia for Railfest.
Pulling Hard. Performing a photo runby for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts, FC 75 puts on quite a show dragging three heavyweight ... (more)
Who Needs A Photo Line? Flagg Coal 75 performs a photo runby at Jericho Bridge during the Mass. Bay Railroad Enthusiasts Steam On The Naugy charter. Despite fellow RPer Kevi... (more)