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.
Tourist steam train.
This 1941 Porter was restored for display by the Connecticut Valley Railroad. It now sits outside the yard greeting visitors. This locomotive was used by the U.S. Navy during World War II in the e... (more)
The museum's current project. We are cosmetically restoring our 0-6-0 Outer Harbor Terminal Railway No. 2 locomotive which includes building a brand new cab! It was built in 1887 making it our old... (more)
The Mass Bay Rail Enthusiasts "North Country Steam" Excursion pulls into Hazens. This is the first time in history #7470 has been this far on the line.
Atlantic Coast Line 0-6-0 Class E-4 138 was built in 1904 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. She had 51" drivers, boiler pressure of 180 lbs, and could produce a respectable 26,510 lbs of tractive e... (more)
Steam to Hazens. The Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher bursts out from under the concrete bridge/tunnel at Cook's Crossing on her way west to Hazen Junction, which is the ... (more)
The latest restoration project of Gramling Locomotive Works is lit for night photos at Train Festival 2011.
The latest restoration project of John and Barney Gramling leads a triple header at Train Festival 2011. Behind Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 is Flagg Coal Co. 75 and Viscose Company 6.
Atlantic Coast Line 0-6-0 Class E 1136 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works to the USRA design. She had 51" drivers, 21 x 28 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 190 lbs, and could produce a re... (more)
Wilmington & Western 58 passes through the rock cut at Wooddale. On this day the railroad was running their very popular Wild West Robbery themed train.