Former Grand Trunk 4704 reflects on its years of mainline service as it loads a grain train at the Anderson's elevator.
An ex-GTW GP18 loads a CSX unit grain train at the Anderson's elevator near the Ohio - Michigan border.
This remote control unit still works the small yard at the mill in Kenosha.
A quick water stop.
At the end of a successful run, the engineer took a look at the rods.
Having their school next to the loco depot, these kids would love their fascinating childhood. The loco is a Schwartzkopff 0-10-0T.
The grain elevator in Malden soars high above this former Blue Bonnet. Go Lowell Red Devils!
Ex-C&O 6152 now wears little more than the Reames & Son markings. Locomotive works the new rock quarry on NS. Still has pull cord to roof of cab for airchimes. Photo taken on property with perm... (more)
When British Railways withdrew steam no class A1 locos were saved. This loco is a brand new A1 class loco to be named Tornado. It is the first new build standard gauge steam loco in the UK since 1... (more)
Running under the pseudonym 37321, South Devon Railway 37037 seen just south of Buckfastleigh during the Easter Monday Transport Gala.
South Devon Railway Prairie tank engine No. 5526 (2-6-2) seen alongside the River Dart on Easter Monday 2007, during their Easter Transport Gala.
GWR tank engine No. 5542 leaving Toddington, during the Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Steam Gala.
Southern Railway West Country Pacific no. 34007, departing from Winchcombe Station, during the preserved Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway steam gala.
No horn, gates open, slow "train" coming. Two workers push 'special' car from Organika Chemical plant, probably to check/repair side track