White Pass Archaeology: WPY #60. Sitting on a bluff near the north end of the White Pass Yard in Skagway is one very forlorn-looking, little 10-wheeler with a rather odd story to tell. ... (more)
Two 'Black Five' ten-wheelers (mixed-traffic engines, produced in their hundreds, several are preserved) head the marathon 'Great Britain 4' railtour past Dalwhinnie, on Scotland's Highland Line f... (more)
The marathon 'Great Britain 4' railtour approaches Stirling amongst its surviving semaphores (worked from Stirling North cabin on the left) behind the 2 Black Fives, which are working the train fr... (more)
The line from Inverness to Wick in the Far North is one of Scotland's most isolated routes. Two 'Black Fives' with the marathon 'Great Britain 4' tour break the monotony of class 158 diesel units,... (more)
Great Western 'Castle' class 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgecombe' looks strangely comfortable a long way from home rails, heading the Birmingham-Blackburn 'Red Rose' tour through the heart of former Lan... (more)
Great Western 'Castle' class 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgecombe' well off its home turf, raising the echoes on the Trans-Pennine main line from Manchester to Leeds, turning heads as it passes Greenfiel... (more)
Chocolate cake and ice cream (I think) provided by the restaurant car staff refresh two of 44871's support crew, having recently arrived in Inverness after an all-day run from Wick in the far nort... (more)
Leaving Town. With his engine putting on a smoke show, engineer John Tyson opens up #40's throttle and eases the passenger train away from East Ely.
Engines #3, #28, and #34 stand proudly in the Sierra Railway roundhouse at Jamestown, CA on December 30,2010.
GWR Castle 5043 "Earl Of Mount Edgcumbe" approaches Tile Hill station on "The Great Western Midlander" railtour going Birmmingham New Street to London Euston.
LMS Black 5 No. 45305 pilots BR Standard 7 4-6-2 Pacific No.70013 'Oliver Cromwell' through Dawlish Warren to Penzance during the Great Britain railtour.
North yorkshire moors railway 175 anniversary gala
Florence & Cripple Creek 4-6-0 No. 20 was built by Schenectady in 1899. In 1916, F&CC No. 20 was sold to the Rio Grande Southern and it spent the next 35 years on the Silver San Juan Route. After ... (more)
The Loadout. Returning downhill from Keystone to Ely, #40 leads her passenger train past an old loading platform. Small mines in the area, not large enough to have their own tipple... (more)