Cochrane and Renishaw double head a mixed train on a wet Sunday in April.
Timeless and classic power! This steam engine is pulling the Caboose Train for NCTM's annual Rail Days.
No.3 Holy War shuffles past an old Great western Railway sign at Llanuwchllyn as it runs round its train in readiness for its next run to Bala on the Bala Lake Railway in Wales. The loco was built... (more)
The crew of No.3 Holy War prepare their little loco at Llanuwchllyn for the next run to Bala on the Bala Lake Railway in Wales. This was the Sunday of the first weekend of operation of 2011. The ... (more)
Roanoke Railfest had steam this year with New Hope Vallry # 17. The locomotive looked good and sounded even better with 1218 and 611's whistles on for the two day event. The locomotive smoked it u... (more)
Builder number 1,236 of the HK Porter Company of Pittsburgh, PA, is an industrial wood-burning, ten-ton 0-4-0T. She was originally built as a a twelve-ton 2-4-2T for the Rogue River Valley Railway... (more)
South Tynedale railway opened its new extension on Sunday and so many people wanted to ride the first train they had to add an extra coach and have a banking engine.
Flagg Coal 75 makes its third visit to the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum to pull trips over three rehabilitated miles of the former L&N Alabama Mineral Belt where HOD normally runs excursions. Th... (more)
Flagg Coal 75 makes its third visit to the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum to pull trips over three rehabilitated miles of the former L&N Alabama Mineral Belt where HOD normally runs excursions. It... (more)
In the last light of the evening, the sun shines down on this abandoned 0-4-0 and C&O passenger coach, resting in the CSX Avis Yard in Hinton. The fireless steam engine and coach are display piece... (more)
Steam special train on the line Ghinda - Asmara with Class 442.59.
It was taken in November 2006.
Waiting inside the cab of locomotive "Stagshaw" whilst No 49 heads into the station with a train from Sunnisde. A picture no longer possible as all Tanfield's locomotives now face north.
Waiting for its fire to be dropped after a full days demonstration work
Coffee pot does some shunting with 250 year old wagons. In the distance a 1910 omnibus takes visitors to the exit
Located just a mile from the famed Lackawanna Cutoff (and looking similar to the small locomotives used in the Cutoff construction), this two-foot gauge engine was built by Baldwin in June 1910. I... (more)