1630's back! It gets ready to back away from the Steam shop for its first service to the public since September of 2004.
1630's back! Frisco 1630 steams under its own power for the first time since Showcase Weekend in 2004.
A trio of Pan Am locomotives lay over in Worcester, MA, awaiting a limestone train to take back home. For more, check out my Flickr! more)
Who is the man behind the Norfolk Southern official photographs? Look no further! Casey Thomason (center, kneeling) poses with Norfolk Southern crewmembers and NCTM volunteers. It was his photo... (more)
GE 85 ton center cab built 12-1978 still serves this GE Energy facility. In the background is the massive Building 273.
This lonesome GP7 is the last unit (to my knowledge) that dawns the red, orange, and white Indiana & Ohio scheme from the 1990's. It now serves as a grain elevator switcher and is in a rather sad-... (more)
From the Last Frontier to the Buckeye State...the three former USRP/ARR GP49's for the new Cincinnati East Terminal Railway (CCET) are now finally all on the property, and are awaiting some work a... (more)
Word has come down in May 2014 the final two F45 on the MRL roster are going to scrap....but not without a fight. Ex-BN 6644 is the subject of a preservation effort (and, perhaps, someday the cen... (more)
A very brief break in the clouds allows a shot of a BNSF switch crew grabbing a loaded gondola of scrap metal from the Azcon Scrap Yard along Duluth's busy waterfront on Rices Point.
The epitome of "before and after"....