The engineer keeps an eye on the crossing ahead as he approaches Greenbank Station. With temperatures near 100, the cab was not a fun place to be on this day.
Wilmington & Western 58 travels across the crossing at Wooddale while Steve Jensen looks on in his 1911 Stanley Steamer.
Atlantic Coast Line 0-6-0 Class E-13 1156 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... (more)
Built for the Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad in 1907, #58 now serves the Wilmington and Western Railroad in Delaware. Seen here, just minutes from departure with patrons spared the traff... (more)
W&W #58 makes it's way into the bucolic side of Delaware crossing Mount Cuba Road en reroute to Hockessin for a late night fireworks presentation.
W&W #58 had the honors on a late July 4th evening shuttling passengers from Greenbank to Hockessin, DE for the annual firework show.
Hooray! After minor problems caused the locomotive to be removed from its first run the day before, the Gramlings breathed a sigh of relief as their fresh Lehigh Valley Coal 126 finally made its f... (more)
LMS 47406 passes Woodthorpe with a 2 coach train to Leicester North
A panned shot of "Sapper" at Burrs as it powers the first midweek train of the week towards Rawtenstall.
Tanfield Railway's annual night shoot and guest engine Sir Berkeley sits in Marley hill yard at sunset
GWR 0-6-0PT 9466 leading a special excursion, with WCRC 37685 on the rear puffs her way back up the Looe Valley, on the second and final Sunday of special trips marking 175 years since the opening... (more)
Virginia Blue Ridge 0-6-0 #9 working eastbound east of Piney River, VA || May 1962
Neilson & Co. 0-6-0 N°27 (1889) leaving Pilar station with the Ferroclub Argentino´s special train.