Wandering in Travel Town, there is one gem after another. Here is Union Pacific No. 4439 which was built in 1918 by the Union Pacific itself. It's cylinders are 21" x 26", it's drivers are 51" and... (more)
PRR Class B6sb 0-6-0 #1670
PRR's 0-6-0 switcher makes it's debut on RP! This engine was built in 1916 by the Railroad's Juniata Shops. It had been previously displayed outdoors with it's boi... (more)
A couple of [Roundhouse Foreman] Mr. Cherry's steam engines get serviced at Camden Terminal Enginehouse. He was accommodating to the young men with cameras. PRR Class B6sb.
Another of [Roundhouse Foreman] Mr. Cherry's engines is working PRR Camden Yard, one of the last PRR steam assignments. Note the fresh MILW reefer behind, just out of the Milwaukee shops. The Ph... (more)
The National Railway Museum was established in the old York steam shed. Now much altered, the turntable and the surrounding roads remain. One of the old pits is retained as access to the underside... (more)
The worlds oldest working shed
Jinty no. 47324 masquerading as long-gone Bury shed resident no. 47584 is seen in the snow on 26th January 2013 working a Heywood to Rawtenstall service at Burrs on the East Lancashire Railway. S... (more)
There's a definite chill in the air as a short Canadian National freight charges out of the woods and into the first light of day at MP 64 on the Mountain Division of the old Maine Central.... (more)
Sun shines through the window of the worlds oldest working shed.creating a fantastic atmosphere
Twizell makes a dash for Andrews house station
A home-built Southern Pacific 0-6-0 switcher now suns out its days at the museum-turned-playground-turned back to museum of Travel Town.
North East of England is currently experiencing some heavy snow for this country. Traffic disruption everywhere but Tanfield railway still manage their reguluar Sunday service