Tanfield's annual night shoot , Twizell has its fire dropped at the end of the evening
Tanfield's annual night shoot , Twizell and No 2 simmer in the yard
This 0-6-0 Lima Locomotive Works engine was built in 1920 for the Union Pacific and operated in the Denver rail yards until 1949 when it was sold to the Laramie Valley Railroad. UP 4455 worked at... (more)
Last active steam in Kosovo
Prairie Village, Herman & Milwaukee 0-6-0 No. 29 pauses for water at the former Wentworth (SD) depot, which was used by the GN and Milwaukee Road
Prairie Village, Herman & Milwaukee 0-6-0 No. 29 (ex-Duluth & Northeastern 29) smoke up the sky at Madison, SD. Love that home built whistle!
Prairie Village, Herman & Milwaukee 0-6-0 No. 29 (ex-Duluth & Northeastern 29) steaming up outside the replica roundhouse at Historic Prairie Village, Madison, SD
A look down the tracks from the fireman's side of PRR 643.
D&NE 29 steams down the main line on the PVH&M loop. Volunteers at Historic Prairie Village have spent the past three years making repairs to the 1944-built Lima 0-6-0, which last ran at the vill... (more)
Duluth & Northeastern 29 gently steam outside the roundhouse at Madison, South Dakota. Volunteers at Historic Prairie Village have spent the past three years making repairs to the 1944-built Lima... (more)
The locomotive now lettered as CPR 2024 was originally built for the US Army during World War II. After the war, it ended up in use in British Columbia, and then found its way to Heritage Park Hi... (more)
Departing the roundhouse and smoking it up. CN 7470 exits the North Conway during the 2012 railfans weekend.
Light moves. Just before making her final run-by for the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts charter in the town of Bartlett, NH, the crew of CN 7470 noticed a bearing that was running hot. Afte... (more)
High Ball at Fourth Iron. The morning clouds and mid-day showers are clearing away to the east as the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts (MBRRE) steam excursion with CN 7470 rolls across Fourth ... (more)
Moat Brook Trestle. Here's a relatively unusual view of the Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher #7470, hauling a passenger excursion over the old wooden trestle at Moat Broo... (more)