76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) performs in the desolately beautiful wilderness of Scotland's Rannoch Moor with the annual photographers' charter.
The annual return ECS (deadhead) move after the summer Jacobite season. The 2 engines and 10 coaches are returning to their base in England, steaming along the West Coast Main Line in the evening ... (more)
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) and 45407 (disguised as 45487 for same reason) are coupled together at Rannoch on the annual photographers charter as a crew member walks past.
76079 (disguised as one time local engine 76001) crawls across Banavie Swing Bridge (over the Caledonian canal) with the afternoon photo charter to Mallaig. Behind the engine is Ben Nevis, Britain... (more)
Arrved at Kidderminster. This locomotive built in 1950 is mascurading as 46446
GWR liveried prairie tank 5164 arrives into Bewdley
5526 operated with a fully functioning auto-coach allowing the train to change directions without the loco running round
CN #89 returns to her Strasburg Railroad livery in August of 2008, seen here left to dry in the breeze. Note that management has opted to keep the original logo theme on all 4 steamers. A class ... (more)
CN #89 gets her fill after a long day of pulling freight for a Lerro charter.
Though over 40,000 people ride the Midwest Central each year during the five day Old Threshers Reunion, people were sparse on the morning of Friday, August 29th. Here's No. 6 coming upgrade into ... (more)
Engine No. 6 stands still for a broadside portrait next to the water tower at Snipe Run.
Engine No. 6 is equipped with the rare Southern Valve Gear, applied when the engine was overhauled years ago by the Southern Railway. Is it the only operable steamer with this valve gear?
When No.6 works hard, its fire will sometimes flash back for a split second (like all oil burners). Here the engine is in the corner, pulling a heavy load upgrade to the Snipe Run depot. This phot... (more)
There is one small bridge on the Midwest Central line; this one, built in 1961 by a volunteer track crew from the CB&Q.
No. 6 steams past two Advance Rumley steam tractors working the Old Threshers sawmill.