Tavares, Eustis & Gulf 2-6-0 No. 2 poses under a tree filled with Spanish moss in the median running near the Orange Blossom Cannonball's station.
The unmistakeable smells of steam and grease pervade the atmosphere of the engine house as hostlers bring Great Western's massive decapod #90 into her stall for the night. Scene courtesy o... (more)
Maiden Voyage! Working 2 yards in Toronto surely saved the chase from Newtonville, ON. CP 6258 is returning from CAD shops in Montreal with another SOO rebuild trailing, and a v... (more)
As the time gets closer to 17:00hrs the crew on board of the 2012 D&H Toys for Tots Train prepares to wrap up it's last stop for the evening. The crew will take the train through the fog to Kenwoo... (more)
Bringing up the markers on the 2012 AAPRCO Convention Train, recently restored Georgia Railroad rear end platform observation car, the Dearing is framed under a restored Southern Railway si... (more)
Just a few minutes after sunrise, westbound 205 passes under I-90 and rounds the curve towards Bort Road.
Ae 6/6 # 11488 (former "Mendrisio"), built in 1964 by SLM, BBC and MFO, on the turntable Erstfeld by night. The locomotive is retired in the moment, but could easily be back in service if required... (more)
An Amtrak Acela captured southbound at 12:43 AM on the morning of October 11th, 2012 during a series of high speed test trials. It is expected that positive test results will lead to 160 mph spee... (more)
Fading Light in the Mojave - A westbound stack train climbs the grade at Klondike on the way to Ash Hill, from Amboy.
In the old steam shed of Erstfeld, dating from the opening of the Gotthard line in 1882, on the left Ce 6/8 I # 14201 "grandmother" from 1919, a unique prototyp locomotive, not operational, on the... (more)
WBCS West Amboy - A westbound stack train led by #6537 starts the 1800 vertical foot climb out of Amboy California to the top of Ash Hill some and 30 miles away.
End of the Day at Klondike - A westbound stack train led by #7244 climbs out of the valley from Amboy some 25 miles to the right. The train has been climbing an 1800 foot vertical hill a... (more)