A sunny day at the Shibanxi narrow gauge line in Southern China! Once a hidden gem, the railroad becomes more and more popular with tourists now: both railfans and "normal" tourists from nearby Ch... (more)
A very unique railroad existed on Chicago's far south side. Owned by the H. Bairstow & Company, the approximately one mile long Indian Hill and Iron Range Railway served only one purpose. The rail... (more)
One of the ubiquitous Chinese C2-type narrow gauge steam locomotives is #7 of the Jiayang Coal Mining Administration, stopping here on at Caiziba halt with one of the scheduled daily passenger tra... (more)
Elsdon Yard, on Chicago's southwest side, had a roundhouse and service facilities for Grand Trunk Western steam power until the end of the steam era. We visited the yard and found a good number of... (more)
This was an incredible experience to stand between two steam locos on the Huanan Forestry Railway
A quiet moment on shed at Grosmont
New York Central U2b 0-8-0 7478 sits over the ashpit at the engine facility at Englewood. On the left is NYC S1b 4-8-4 6001. This locomotive was built in 1946 and it looked like it hadn't been mai... (more)
B&OCT L4 0-8-0 777 with a short work train. This locomotive was clean and it looked like it was just shopped. Even the canvas storm curtains were clean. Note the unusual B&OCT name plate just abov... (more)
Ex-GTW bought for scrap but used for switching gons loaded with scrap to the furnaces.
Ex-GTW 8305 built in 1924 and bought for scrap but used for switching scrap to the furnaces.
Ex-GTW and bought for scrap but used for switching scrap to the furnaces.
Ex-GTW 8380 built 9/1929 and bought for scrap but used for switching scrap to the furnaces.