Blasting through the rock cut at Glen Onoko Falls, the pride of the Reading & Northern steam fleet leads seven coaches and a converted gondola on a 70-minute excursion. Operating over the main li... (more)
Rainy Day Mood- Every time I go to Glen Onoko, it rains... On the last trip, my old Rebel couldn't handle the moisture and the screen shorted, so I missed this shot. Armed with a plastic ... (more)
The boiler of K4 1361 sits next to the right of observation car 'Mountain View' at the Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum.
PRR k4 1361 sits disassembled in the Railroader's Memorial Museum in Altoona, PA. Since my visit last year, several parts have had primer applied, parts assembled and parts have been relocated to... (more)
Thunder in the GorgeFour and a Quarter charges unassisted thru the rock cut at Glen Onoko, splitting my ear drums with the sound of her exhaust at 40 mph echoing off the rock walls.... (more)
Regular SEPTA R6 commuters are awed by the 425 bringing in a load of shoppers from South Hamburg on a Friday-after-Thanksgiving excursion. Note the Blue Mountain & Reading's RDC cars being used a... (more)
Little River Railroad Pacific #110 leads a freight special at Squires Road on a cold, wet November day. No. 110 was built by Baldwin in 1911 for the Little River Railroad in Tennessee.
PRR K4s 1361 is ready to continue its trip back to Altoona after a short pause, just south of Milesburg PA.
PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2017)
PRR K4 1361's boiler and firebox sit on an old Norfolk Southern flat car inside the 7 stall "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Rail... (more)
PRR 4-6-2 K4s No. 1361 from the rear as seen at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. This is the infamous Belpair firebox which most would agree brought th... (more)
PRR K4 1361 sits in the "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Railroaders Memorial Museum, disassembled with various parts laid out on the floor... (more)
The prelude to the 1983 NRHS convention in Richmond was the unusual steam double-header consisting of Savannah & Atlanta #750 leading N&W #611. The train is pictured on the RF&P at Doswell, VA
Stop in Hersbruck on the Retrurn to Munich from the steam Festival in Dresden. As you can see, steam engines not only Need water and Coals, but also Oil.