NH&I's #40 winds it's way up the grade and through a hidden s-curve buried deep within the woods while on a scenic journey to Lahaska.
NH&I's #40 brings a Fall foliage train through the last of the fading colors of the season along the back woods route of the former Reading Company line.
Fall is ablaze in Bucks County as the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad runs it's last in series of eight Fall excursions. Captured here, late in the evening over the trestle at Hood, number 40 trave... (more)
After having locomotive issues with the original slug set that it came into Asheville with, NS 060 finally heads back west to Knoxville after getting replacement diesel power in the form of no oth... (more)
NS 21st Century Steam roundtrip excursion from Knoxville TN to Asheville NC crosses the French Broad River near the NC/TN stateline
The colors of Fall have come to Flemington adding to the lure of a ride through the backwoods of Central Jersey by steam.
TVRM's former Southern Railway 2-8-0 #630 leads a Knoxville-Asheville excursion through downtown Newport, TN as it passes the classic four way traffic signal at the intersection of Mims Avenue and... (more)
BR&W #60 traverses one of several well hidden bridges often seen only from the passenger car windows along the line between Flemington and Ringoes, NJ.
Beginning its second run of the day, the 21st Century Steam Excursion heads through Bessemer and passes underneath the famous ACL Bridge located here as it embarks on a journey towards Wilton with... (more)
After letting NS 320 get past while turning their train, the 21st Century Steam Excursion is back underway as it rolls throug... (more)
NS 060 southbound at Wauhatchie on a fall excursion to Attalla, Al.
Southern 630 pulls an excursion northbound to Oneida.
Northbound "21st Century Steam" excursion from Chattanooga to Oneida, TN.
Southern 630 leads NS 060 to Attalla on an excursion from Chattanooga.
The 21st Century Steam Special has just rounded Lookout Mountain after leaving Chattanooga and is now running, 630's throttle wide open, at Wauhatchie Pike. In about a half mile, the train will du... (more)