Locomotive engineer Arvil Festernuts has his train stopped at CW Cabin in the Anderson Ferry neighborhood of Cincinnati, and the signal suddenly switches to clear after the conductor throws the sp... (more)
R761's crew examine the fire during a short stop at Bendigo, transferring back to Melbourne after a weekend in Echuca.
Cab of the self propelled fire-fighting and rescue train "LRZ14" of Biasca, based in the EIZ (maintenance and intervention centre) for the Gotthard Base Tunnel and the mountain line. The screen up... (more)
New York & Long Branch conductor Richard Morgan fills out his timesheet in his caboose at the end of a long day on the job.
In reality, model Richard Morgan poses with original NY&LB paperwork... (more)
In the cab of M62UM-001.
In the cab of the TRANS EUROPE EXPRESS trainset RAe TEE II # 1053, built in 1961, capable for max. 160 km/h and the four main electric overhead systems of Europe. On the first round trip for patro... (more)
The fireman of the steam locomotive puts a shovelful of coal into the firebox of FK 262, ready to drive uphill from Weizen to Blumberg on the Sauschwaenzlebahn. With the left hand the engineer ope... (more)
The massive backhead of C&O "Allegheny" 1604 on display at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.
Just a floating control stand... The Cascades-painted NPCU 90230 has left the west coast for some "vacation" time at the Beech Grove locomotive shops, which includes extensive rebuild wo... (more)
Earl Knoob feeds the belly of the beast, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90.
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)
As the engineer has his grip on the throttle, Fireman J.W. Magee checks his fire prior to attacking the 1.0% grade with a 12 car train as his student keeps an eye ahead, assisting the engineer wit... (more)
Ex- Ferrobaires switcher now belongs to Ferroclub Argentino. Interior is not restored yet
Interior being restored to its original factory condition, circa 1953.
Siemens shows off the new Charger locomotive in Amtrak's 30th Street Station in Philadelphia.