NJ RR&TC 1928 built "John Stevenson" Replica
The engine seen here at the Museum of Science and Industry is the FIRST of two Altoona Shops built "John Stevens" replicas. This partic... (more)
NJ RR&TC 1939 built "John Stevenson" Replica
The engine seen here at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania is the SECOND of two Altoona Shops built "John Stevens" replicas. This par... (more)
Andrew Barclay No 22 of Bowes Railway is seen shunting at Beamish over their North East steam weekend
No 2 has been restored and is running its first passenger trains
Latest addition to Tanfield Railway's fleet is No 2, which has been under restoration for the past couple of years. Sunday saw the first rostered use of the loco on Sunday trains and is seen here ... (more)
An interesting group of locomotives gathered inside the depot at the Railway Centre,Didcot.On the left is Great Western Railway 0-6-0 Pannier Tank 3738,built at Swindon in 1937.On the right is No.... (more)
First steam train for 18 months ran at Bowes. Here is No 22 giving brake van rides to visitors
Taken at the Travel Town museum.
Furness Railway Number 20 is the oldest working standard gauge steam engine in Britain. It was built in 1863 by Sharp Stewart & Co. of Manchester as one of a batch of eight 0-4-0 tender locomotive... (more)
Crew of the Y7 used by Beamish before Christmas check the fire whilst waiting for passengers
Poway Midland number 3, which is a 1907 Baldwin 0-4-0, rests in the train shed. It was originally built for the Henry Cowell Lime and Cement Company of Cowell, California. In 1952, the locomotiv... (more)
Poway Midland number 3, which is a 1907 Baldwin 0-4-0, rests in the engine house. It is used to pull a passenger car around the loop track in the downtown park. Taken with permission.
Flagg Coal Company 75 in a steamy scene gets ready for a day's work in Frederick Md