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)
The only steam powered train in Massachusetts is the 2-foot gauge excursion train at the Edaville USA theme park, formerly known as Edaville Railroad. This operation was founded back in 19... (more)
GWR 64xx 0-6-0PT No. 6435 leaves Bodmin Parkway heading up the steep incline to Bodmin General.
New England Railroading With former CN #7470 simmering in the background, ready to begin operations on the 2014 "Steam in the Snow" excursion; Conway Scenic Railroad's yard could easily be... (more)
Steam, Sun and Snow. The 7th, and possibly last annual "Steam in the Snow" excursion on the Conway Scenic Railroad delivered hefty doses of all three elements as it wound its way from the N... (more)
#7470 pulls into Woodland Pines were they would perform two photo runbyes.
Running the Mountain Division of the old Maine Central, Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher #7470 takes the annual "Steam in the Snow" charter eastbound through a scenic roc... (more)
With the air temperature hovering around -15F, the Conway Scenic Railroad brings its former Canadian National Switcher #7470 out of the North Conway Roundhouse and onto the air-driven turnt... (more)
Photo lines are a necessary evil of photographer specials, but conditions of overcrowding were exasperated by the feet of new snow limiting room for photographers to a plowed roadway at the "SITS"... (more)