The LS&M's center cab GE seemingly floats above Mud Lake as it makes it was over a causeway near New Duluth.
Stewartstown's GE 44-ton switcher - on loan to Steam Into History - sits bathed in sunlight while waiting for "the York" to arrive. The diesel is used to pull the train past the junction after th... (more)
RP.Net contributor Max Medlin uses a former Minnesota Power GE to shuffle ailing DM&IR 316 back to the barn while sister 193 stands ready to go it alone.
Nothing like a good old fashioned spring blizzard to get one thinking about the summer tourist train season.
Some of the display items at the Cowan Railroad Museum. Recent additions to the collection in the center of Cowan also include a 40' NC&St.L boxcar and the old dispatchers tower. Great strides h... (more)
Kermit the Switcher. This green switcher sits outside the restoration shops at Cass. The shops are home to the reconstruction of a Climax locomotive. This locomotive is used to switc... (more)
Strasburg acquired #9331, a GE 44-tonner, in 1966 after leasing it from the PRR since 1961. It was initially painted red and yellow and numbered #33. It is one of three diesel switche... (more)
This was the locomotive that the railroad was started with.
Under threatening skies the LS&M tourist train snakes along the St. Louis River.
On display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow.
A National Model Railroad Association charter glides east through Buena Vista, returning from the Salt Lake International Center. Note the young kid waving from the pilot of the D.S.5. Operations ... (more)
Utah Central Railway's classy GE 44 tonner and caboose greet a sunny new day in West Haven, Utah.
The fireman's controls (for the stoker) on Woodward 2-10-0 No. 41, displayed at the Mid Continent Railway Museum. The locomotive is a stock Baldwin Decapod, nearly identical to Strasburg's 90.
Northwest Oklahoma GE 44-tonner working at Woodward, OK in this October 1982 scene.
Westbound Hartwell RR train between Airline and Bowersville