Renishaw heads for the end of the line with the penultimate train of the day.
In a scene that would probably give any modern day Health & Safety inspectors a heart attack,the crew of "Kinsley No.9" go about repairs to the loco during a break in shunting movements.The loco,b... (more)
Southbound For A Change. Conway Scenic usually keeps #7470 facing north/west for practical reasons. This Sunday morning, however, was Railfan Weekend and thus, she faced toward the... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Company 0-6-0ST No. 126 heads towards the Highway 321 crossing as it makes it way back to the Rockton yard of the South Carolina Railroad Museum.
Lehigh Valley Coal Company no. 126 pushes its train up the grade past Greenbrier, SC on a gorgeous fall morning. The locomotive spent two weekends as a working guest at the South Carolina Railroa... (more)
replica of the former saxonian class I K
One Last Thing. 7470 posed for a few night photos before she was put to bed for the night. After a Railfan's Weekend Saturday that would see her make a fairly rare trip to Bartlett... (more)
Railfans weekend in North Conway brings the steam to the rails!
The Gramlings' recently restored Lehigh Valley Coal Company 126 visited TVRM for Railfest, their 50th anniversary event over Labor Day weekend. The tank engine powered several short "Tunnel Turn" ... (more)
Former Soo Line 353 pulls away from a former Great Northern depot. Both of these pieces of living history have found new life on the grounds of the Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion. The... (more)
All The Way. After 26 years in operation, Conway Scenic finally ran a steam locomotive all the way to their outside connection at Hazens. Steam had not led a train here since the m... (more)
WK&S 65 is ready to depart Wanamaker Station on a fine fall afternoon.
Back when the WK&S ran steam, it was possible to capture their 0-6-0 in a variety of settings with some great "props" such as the old coal loader seen here.
Not quite the same as Soo 2719, but the kids sure love it.