The view from the cab of one of the very few wood burners left in the USA. You can see the mix of 100 year old technology vs new technology. Taken with permission.
AMT 414 meet our train at the station,by a cold sunny afternoon
In a view from the cab of Montana Rail Link SD70ACe No. 4312, the night gas local of September 21, 2006 cruises up MRL’s scenic Tenth Subdivision. Only a small bit of glow from a western sky is st... (more)
Taking aim. Sumpter Valley Fireman Chuck Turner carefully studies his fire, looking for obvious gaps where the draft may be sucking in cold air. It is there that he will aim to accurately ... (more)
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.
Cab interior of Tooele Valley Railroad 2-8-0 No. 11. The locomotive was built by Alco's Brooks works in 1910 as Buffalo & Susquehanna No. 169, but was never delivered. It was resold and became T... (more)
"Could I get a little shove on the rear?" engineer Dick Noble requests to rear end helper, B&O 722 as the Green Springs turn departs Romney north. Covered with the last of the autumn leaves and th... (more)
The Control Stand of MBTA EMD F40PH-2C 1066 at the Boston Engine Terminal in Somrville, Massachusetts on November 11, 2012.
Controller of #419 at notch 4 because softening coals of the new generator
Thanks to the crew of this stopped train at a station for a view of the motion controls on a high speed passenger locomotive.