Steam hauled revenue freight in 2013, and it's not on the Strasburg.
The cab of cosmetically restored Illinois Central 2-8-0.
K190 and K153 (assisting from the rear) power up the 1 in 40 grade out of Macleod en-route to the outer suburban terminus of Hurstbridge, for a day running shuttles between there and Eltham. The s... (more)
BR&W 60 is about ready to leave Flemington for Ringoes New Jersey with the first trip of the day.
Watering a tired horse. A Lancaster & Chester crew fills the tender cistern on Baldwin #40, prior to putting her to bed for the night. A Lerro Productions charter on the New Hope & Ivylan... (more)
Twilight departure. Darkness falls over the deserted platform of the tiny Reading Company Station in New Hope. A lonely engine crew has their fire all squared away and the boiler pressure ... (more)
Stop! Look! Listen!. A Lancaster & Chester Engineer pulls hard on #40's whistle cord to warn a local farm hand that the left turn he's taking with that Farmall might just be his last if he ... (more)
Southern Railway #630 charges out of Old Fort to go back over the "Loops," Black Mountain, and beyond to Asheville.
A GATX GP-38 awaits repairs while Southern Railway #630 is fired up for another weekend of pulling the museum's "Missionary Ridge Local" train in Chattanooga.
Southern 2-8-0 630 pulls an autumn excursion towards Gainesville just north of Atlanta.
Southern 2-8-0 722 leaves Atlanta with an excursion past two road-switchers. This is former ET&WNC 208.
Carolina short-line steam. A Lancaster & Chester freight works its way west from Richburg toward Chester one late afternoon in 1945. Although the locomotive and paint scheme are authentic... (more)
NH&I 40 charges the bridge just past Sugan Road enroute to Lahaska Station.
Crossing Neshaminy Creek. The New Hope & Ivyland's Consolidation #40 rumbles across the high trestle over Neshaminy Creek in the town of Rushland, PA, with a string of freight cars. On th... (more)
During my second trip in my life to NH&I, I caught #40 leading the regular runs while the diesels assisted the excursion train. seen here is #40 in a loose wedgie around at Lahaska.