Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad engine No. 2 (0-4-0) gets a refill of coal for the next journey through the old mining town.
Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad engine No. 2 (0-4-0) loads passengers at the station for another trip through the historic mining town.
Derelict on display This poor old girl sits rusting away with moss growing in all the dark places in Algonquin Park's Logging Museum. Look closely and you can see a green spot on the smokeb... (more)
Detail shot of the nose plate on the Algonquin Park Logging Museum's old MLW 0-4-0 saddle-tank locomotive on display. Locomotive was manufactured "at Montreal for a contractor in Nova Scotia and a... (more)
A Dreary weekend at WMSR's 25th anniversary did not
dampen the sprits of the riders, or the photographers,
as evidenced by the full passenger car, and folks making videos and pictures. Here litt... (more)
Guest tank engine Flagg Coal Company #75 fills up at the water crane prior to its first run of the day at the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad (WMSR) 25th anniversary. Barney Gramling does the hon... (more)
Great Smokey Mountain Railroad ex- Flag Coal Co. no. 75 crosses Deep Creek Bridge enroute to Bryson City NC.
Consumers Company 701 sits at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, rusting away in the weeds behind the car barn.
The Par twins were the guests at Beamish museum's agricultural power event last month. They are the basis of Bill and Ben in the Thomas the Tank engine books. Here they are coupled to wagons for ... (more)
This is unusual low four-wheel saddle tank railway steam locomotive. built by W.G. Bagnall for use at Par harbour in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The unusual design was required to cope with some ext... (more)
1910 built 36" gauge Vulcan Locomotive Works Class C-6, 0-4-0 ST #25 departs the Forest Discovery Centre's main station for her run round the 100 acre site.
36" gauge Vulcan built 0-4-0ST #25 emerges from the forest approaching the end of it's run around the 100 acre museum site.
The last of the Reading Camelbacks. Sitting on a storage track behind the Strasburg Railroad Shops is what's left of the last of the fabled Reading Camelbacks. Reading #1187 is an A4 Class... (more)
David has to find the point switch so that coffee pot can run round its wagons
I'd met Ray at a weekly local car show and asked him to stop by sometime to take some shots of his sweet 1950 Meteor with the Portage Flyer. He kindly obliged by showing up the very next day, so I... (more)