The most fabulous light I have ever encountered at Bowes Railway. The setting sun glints along the length of the short train waiting at Engine House station.
Stagshaw in the lead with Renishaw behind create a huge amount of "clag" as they head for Andrews House station
With another run complete, the crew of #75 talk while she gets some more water.
This little engine gives her all as she shoves passengers along the Calera & Shelby main line.
The launch of Beamish museum's replica of the locomotive Puffing Billy. It was kept behind closed doors until the appropriate moment when the doors were flung aside and the loco came steaming out.
Sir CecilA Cochrane heads a passenger train up the severe bank from east tanfield.
PRR utilized 0-4-0's in a few places, Atlantic City among them. A5s #713 was a product of the Altoona shops, one of 47 built 1916-24, and featured a Belpaire firebox and Walschaerts valve gear. N... (more)
In the "gorge" between Leonard and Benhams, VA, No. 11 eases along in this isolated stretch of now-abandoned track. Retired Appy Division superintendent Jim Seay is at the throttle.
Engineer Sam Lanter and volunteer brakeman Lloyd Barker (joined by the photographer--who was firing this day) attend to some fallen trees in the "gorge" between Phillips and Benham, VA. This was t... (more)
The sweet smell of coal smoke from a standard gauge steam locomotive permeated the Alabama woods for the first time in over fourteen years thanks to the crew of Flagg Coal 75 and the Heart of Dixi... (more)
Furness Railway No 20 is on loan to this offshoot of the Museum at York. sunday was a day for the children and the engine was in steam giving rides in the brake van(caboose).
Moments after a torrential thunderstorm let up, Flagg Coal 75 arrives with an excursion while EMD SW8 switcher 2022 looks on.
Owner (of the 75) John Gramling checks the water level in the tank during the 75's visit to HOD's Steam Days.
No matter their size, steam engines always seem to draw a crowd.
The train crew has a job briefing prior to an excursion with Flagg Coal 75 during HOD's Steam Days. This event marked the first operation of a standard gauge steam locomotive in Alabama since Dece... (more)