Locomotive #0900 sits Track 6 tied onto the South end of the Essex Clipper Dinner Train as it pumps up the air to start the Initial Terminal Test before being moved over to the Main track f... (more)
The cab of Clinchfield No. 1, former Black Mountain, built in 1882. After being restored and used in excursion service in the 1970s, it was sent to the B&O Museum for exhibit in the 1980s.
Inside the cab of the monster: C&O 1604. The engineer that cracked the throttle of this locomotive started in motion twelve 67-inch drive wheels that delivered over 7,300 horsepower to the rails.... (more)
The basic cab of an EMD FP9A at the Ontario Southland Railway shops. This particular unit sat at VIA's Toronto Maintenance Centre for years, after being retired from the Waterloo and St. Jacobs Ra... (more)
Inside the cab of C&O 614, currently on display at the C&O Railway Heritage Center in Clifton Forge, VA, is an interesting mix of old and new technology (note the 26L brake stand and the MU contro... (more)
Fireman Andy Cassell keeps Western Maryland 6 hot as it steams upgrade towards Whittaker.
Sounding like a 4-8-4 at 70 mph, Western Maryland 6 charges up Cheat Mountain towards Whittaker with engineer Danny Seldomridge at the throttle.
The business side of the "Big Six."
What you see is a small portion of the backhead of Western Maryland Shay 6 as it operates over the rails at Cass Scenic Railroad. Every oil can in this photo was used on a different location of t... (more)