Ab 608 was built by NZR Addington (Christchurch) in 1915 and named "Passchendaele" in 1925 as a War Memorial for over 400 railwaymen who perished in WW1. It is now owned by NZ Railway & ... (more)
I'm not normally a denizen of stations, preferring to be 'out on the line'. I just thought that the lovely afternoon lighting at the platform end at Pickering made for a fine view. The elegant lin... (more)
Shay No. 4 crosses Leatherbark Creek just outside the town of Cass, W.Va., as it begins its ascent up the mountains. As part of the Railfan Weekend, the locomotive is lettered with the rather cumb... (more)
Over the river and through the woods. With a gentle rain falling, the former McCloud River Railroad #25 hauls a mixed freight across the confluence of the Nehalem and Salmonberry Rivers, i... (more)
The SP 4449 departs Portland with its excursion bound for Bend, Oregon.
The SP 4449 shoves back as it rolls toward the front of its train in Downtown Portland. The famed Lima-built GS-4 would then take its excursion down the Oregon Trunk on an excursion to Bend, Orego... (more)
Danny Seldomridge looks on from the cab of Western Maryland Shay No. 6 during his final week before retirement from the State of West Virginia.
Engineer Brad Hoover takes a break from brushing cinders off the running board of Shay No. 5.
Engineer Danny Seldomridge blows down the glass on the hydrostatic lubricator before the days trip up the mountain to Bald Knob.
Union Pacific 4014 poses during an evening photo shoot for the Southern California Chapter of the Railroad & Locomotive Historical Society in August of 2013.