Black River & Western 2-8-0 #60 captured in a pan at 1/6th.
Western Maryland on her final run for 2014
Southern Railway 2-8-0 #401 rounds a bend on an approach into Monticello, IL on a warm muggy day in July. SOU #401 runs on excursion only one weekend per month at the Monticello Railway Museum fr... (more)
I'm dreaming of a... Green Christmas?? Welcome to Tennessee!
Former Washington & Lincolnton #203 leads one of the final Rambler excursions of the 2014 season across the train's namesake Th... (more)
Western Maryland on her final run for 2014 puts on a great show crossing Cash Valley road charging west
Southern 630 storms upgrade at Science Hill, KY passing a Triple Crown northbound stopped for the meet. A very nice family allowed us to take this photo from their well manicured lawn, affording ... (more)
Monticello Railway Museum's restored and fully operational H-4 class 2-8-0 #401 simmers in the shop preparing for a series of multiple excursions. No. 401 was built by Baldwin in 1907. Amazingly... (more)
Southern served the South!
It is a fact that more 2-8-0 "Consolidations" were built than any other wheel arrangement and the Southern utilized many in several unique classes, small to lar... (more)
A friendly wave hello from a crewman of Southern 2-8-0 #630 (ALCO built 1904) sets off the shutters and video cameras above on Duncan Road at Kings Mountain, KY as the engine's morning shadow foll... (more)
Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas!!
Santa and Mrs Claus greet ol' number 60 in the midst of a Winter blizzard at the North Pole. A very special experience await the children on board, all of whom ... (more)
Cold weather really makes a steam engine feel more alive. Black River & Western 60 has just run around its train and is backing up to couple to the coaches.
Black River & Western 2-8-0 #60, former Great Western, traverses the Third Neshanic River trestle late one Winter's evening in Flemington, NJ. An unlikely photo far removed from the typical vanta... (more)
The Black River & Western's North Pole Express steams through the s-curve at Everitt Rd.
The Rambler curves along Neyland Drive as it approaches the stadiums of the University of Tennessee and its former boarding location at Volunteer Landing.