Upon close inspection, even a tiny steam locomotive like the Flagg Coal 75 possesses a plethora of interesting details. Note the water droplets raining down from the overfilled tank above.
During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The little locomotive made several trips each day o... (more)
Doing a little "work" on the pilot of the CERM's Baldwin 0-4-0T #10 at the CT Eastern RR Museum's 7th annual night photo shoot. The Baldwin was not harmed in the making of this shot. Lighting by... (more)
During the last two weekends of September 2010, the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum hosted their second Steam Days event featuring Flagg Coal 75. The 1930-built Vulcan Iron Works product made sever... (more)
Furness Railway No.20 is the UKs oldest standard gauge working steam locomotive, built in 1863 by Sharp Stewart in Manchester the machine visited the Buebell line this summer. The coaches are much... (more)
Lake Linden & Torch Lake #3, a 3 foot gauge Porter 0-4-0T, backs onto its train on the museum grounds prior to a passenger excursion run.
A small 0-4-0 industrial steamer that used to roam the rails of the South Charleston Industrial Park now sits in Oak Hill awaiting restoration.
#17 is making her way back into Petersburg with the hourly train for Train Festival 2010.
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.