Y112 is Victoria's oldest operating mainline steam locomotive, built in 1889. Normally based in Ballarat and only running once or twice a year, 112 is currently in Melbourne receiving some work at... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. pulling the caboose train at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
The North Carolina Transportation Museum held its Spring Kick-off which included a caboose train pulled by Lehigh Valley Coal 0-6-0T owned by the Gramling Locomotive Works.
A week after being placed back on her wheels, #16 has her bell returned. The steam generator next to the buckets will be the next step in the cosmetic restoration.
The Philadelphia Pennsylvania firm, the Baldwin Locomotive Works, built it's last locomotive by 1956. While we will never be able to stand in BLW's erecting halls, we can gaze upon this scene o... (more)
The North Carolina Transportation Museum held its Spring Kick-off today which included caboose rides behind the Gramling Locomotive Works nee Lehigh Valley Coal 0-6-0T 126.
The local steam passenger train pulls up to the Shepard Station on a beautiful autumn day.The station name comes from the name of the contractors that built the 'Prairie' section of the Canadian P... (more)
Renishaw shunts the days passenger coaches as Twizell raises steam in the shed yard
The Louisiana Steam Train Association yard in Jefferson (West of New Orleans) Houses some interesting equipment. Before becoming under ownership of the Bisso Towboat Co, The locomotive was built b... (more)
Twizell stands in Marley Hill shed stripped down ready for overhaul
The Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts annual "Steam in the Snow" event had a strong showing for 2013. This may be the last year the locomotive is out in the snow for some time. As of July she will be ... (more)
The Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts annual "Steam in the Snow" event makes its first photo runby at the Notchland Inn in Hart's Location.
Edaville #21: "Anne-Elizabeth". Since the departure of the original Maine 2-foot Locomotives in 1993, the only steam power (until very recently) at Edaville Railroad....now known as Edavill... (more)
Adieu, old friend. With CN 7470 safely tucked into her stall in the North Conway Roundhouse, a crew member checks the clearance on the front coupler, before closing the doors on the engine'... (more)