Controller of #419 at notch 4 because softening coals of the new generator
Thanks to the crew of this stopped train at a station for a view of the motion controls on a high speed passenger locomotive.
Students of architecture watching the welcoming of our passenger train at the Kalamata station from the mayor and a lot of citizens who saw a train in their city after a long time on a metric line... (more)
ACWR Mechanic, Rob Dickson, replaces a leaking gauge on the 703.
Montana Rail Link Engineer Ralph Mackey takes MRL's Gas Local up the 10th Subdivision west of Missoula near Nagos. The train is down to 6.2 miles per hour, and will stall in just a few minutes. Th... (more)
Barton, MD 10/12/2012 - The Western Maryland Railway had four Alco FA-2s, one of which survives on the Georges Creek Railway along with sister WM GP-9 25. Sold by the WM in 1972, the FA-2 was stri... (more)
Entering the through truss bridge span, our 9,170 ton train slowly creeps over the San Saba River. Signs of heavy repairs are evident on the left side following a derailment that damaged the struc... (more)
VIII. Locomotive Parade in Békéscsaba. Open day in the Engine House.
Missouri Pacific Heritage Unit's Screaming Eagle flies over the former Mo-Pac shop town of Osawatomie.
The locomotive nickname: Sárkány/Dragon
VIII. Locomotive Parade in Békéscsaba