A lot of horsepower to move one coach? KRM utilized this unusual lash-up to bring ex-SOU, ex-NS, ex-Western Maryland Scenic coach #845 "Tennessean" to the museum at New Haven, KY. All the power ... (more)
Near the tiny community of Helena, KY a TTI coal train making track speed blasts past a barn and a decorative section of fence on a tidy farm by the tracks.
Just south of Peninsula, Ohio; OC #1293 crosses the Cuyahoga River near Deep Lock Quarry Park.
A golden sunset caps a perfect Kentucky spring day as this SB heads through town on the Shortline.
An RJ Corman ballast train is dumping fresh rock along Lexington, KY's Belt Line near the area of the former C&O Railroad Netherland Yard. In the center back of the frame is the former C&O steam-... (more)
Snow showers, clouds and a chilly, windy day won't deter the intrepid KRM crew from a full day of shuffling coal hoppers up to Boston, KY for pickup by CSX. Here the museum's CF7 approaches the v... (more)
Steamtown's dedicated crew braves snow and frigid temperatures to prepare the big Mikado for tomorrow's Ice Harvest excursion to Tobyhanna.
Bright sunshine and bitter cold make for a perfect day to photograph steam locomotives; demonstrated here as Steamtown's annual Ice Harvest excursion train storms out of Scranton toward the Pocono... (more)
The CSX business train, which will serve as the Governor's Train for the 2012 Kentucky Derby festivities, backs through historic downtown Frankfort, KY.
An RJ Corman Office Car Special pauses in historic Midway, KY while a second locomotive couples onto the train for the return run to Lexington.
Rolling through the farmland of northern Indiana, Nickel Plate #765 pulls an excursion train on Memorial Day from North Judson, IN to Lacrosse, IN sponsored by the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum.
Wesbound easing across the infamous Pope Lick Trestle near Fisherville.
Wesbound rolling up the long trestle at Shelbyville.
En route to load up with coal for tomorrow's Ice Harvest excursion.
Alco power has the scenic train well in hand as it prepares to climb the 3.5 percent grade back to Stearns.