OPR makes it's grand debut at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center after pulling SP 4449 and consist back from Oaks Park.
Out of the Mists of the PastWiscasset; Waterville & Farmington 2'-gauge 0-4-4 #9 has just taken on a load of coal, and is backing down to pick up the two passenger cars for today's ... (more)
Earl Knoob feeds the belly of the beast, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90.
Class G1 #6, formerly NW 352, built by Baldwin in the year 1897 on display at VMT, Roanoke, VA.
Fillmore and Western 14 heads westbound out of Piru through the avocado and orange fields of the Heritage Valley on a beautiful spring evening.
A pioneer steam engine. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works for Northern Pacific in 1872, this 4-4-0 steam engine was the first one to ever operate in the province of Manitoba, after it had b... (more)
Sun is setting early these days. And on a otherwise rather grey day, the sun came out just at the right time, when french steam engines 241 A 65 (located in Full, Switzerland) and 241 P 17 (locate... (more)
WM 734 works westbound at Cash Valley Road.
Eb 3/5 # 9 is pulling passenger cars of VES (Verein zur Erhaltung der Eisenbahnlinie Etzwilen-Singen/Association for preservation of the railway line Etzwilen-Singen) on the heritage line Rielasin... (more)
NKP 587 and 765 are in charge of a NRHS excursion train from Chicago to Argos in July of 1993. Even though the weather wasn't the greatest, these two put on a show that more than made up for it.
A special run was made for the American Freedom Train reunion. SP 4449 steams along the Oregon Pacific down to Oaks Park.
Southern 630 leads a double header with Southern 4501 to the depot pulling passenger cars for the days excursion around the museum for rail fest.
Steam and Steel... but it also takes a human to make a locomotive come "alive" and do what it was designed to do. As steam swirls around and through the cab on a cool and... (more)