The K1 returns along the West Highland Line with The Lochaber from Mallaig to Fort William
Making a very welcome return to action after 9 years, the unique K4 class The Great Marquess heads for Cheddleton on the Churnet Valley Railway.
'K1' 62005 on a photo charter on day affected by sea mist on the extensive dockside trackage (now largely disused) at Hull, on Yorkshire's North Sea coast. P&O's North Sea Ferry 'Norstar' is in th... (more)
The slow train from Asuncion to Encarncaion is hauled through the streets of Asuncion by a North British built
2-6-0 wood burner.
A lucky break in the clouds catches the K1 on Glenfinnan viaduct in the last week of the Jacobite Steam Train season.
Visiting the Worth Valley Railway from the Severn Valley Railway, the Stanier "Crab" looks at home leaving Ingrow in the land of dark satanic (and closed!) mills.
Duluth & Iron Range #3 built in 1883 purchased by the D&IR for $9,750.00. The engine was shipped to Two Harbors from Duluth, MN because until December 1886 there was no rail connection with the ou... (more)
D&R 9 is the oldest locomotive on the MCRWY Museum's roster. It was built in 1884 as New Orleans & North Eastern #232. It needs boiler work and a new tender before it gets rolling again.
"The Tahoe", a Baldwin 2-6-0 wood-burner built in 1875. It last operated in 1948. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
'K1' 2-6-0 with a Photo Charter on the West Highland Extension between Fort William and Mallaig - where the Harry Potter railway scenes were filmed.
Bacon and sausages cooked the traditional loco crews way - on the fireman's shovel!
IC steam engine 3039, in need of some work, sits on display at IRM.
Special train returning freight cars to the yard for the winter at the Georgetown Loop, crossing the Devil's Gate.
No. 6 working the hill as it pulls its short train into Snipe Run.