View of SD70M's#715 engineer's control desk. Waiting for a meet at siding#02.
The toy gun in front of the driver is just a handle for blowing the horn.
This is the firing valve on Black Hills Central 2-6-6-2T 110, built by Baldwin in 1928 for the Weyerhauser Timber Company. Note that long ago, a lazy fireman cut a small notch in the side of the ... (more)
Ride the Rocket. TTC T35A08 "Rocket" 5416 sits on display at the unveiling of the new subway cars at Davisville Subway Station. Taken with permission.
"Hogger" This guy is an engineer and has the tat to prove it. Curiously, though he is seated on the wrong side of the locomotive, at least when this shot was taken.
Summer train Mandas-Arbatax
Throttle fully open, steam pressure standing at 14,5 bar (210 Psi), steamlocomotive 141 R 1244 is rolling a steady 70 to 80 km p.h. with a 11 car train of about 500 tons on its first longer journe... (more)
Fireman Stefan is sitting on the right side of the former french 141 R 1244 (Mikado 2-8-2) and has control of water (30 m3), oil (13 m3 Bunker C fuel oil), steam pressure etc. The locomotive is ri... (more)
With 734's stoker not functioning, Fireman Dan Morris got quite a workout shoveling coal during the recent photo charter on the WMSR.
This is Grand Trunk Western 4-8-2 No. 6039's restored backhead which is one result of Steamtown's multi locomotive asbestos abatement project. The piping and jacketing were removed so the underly... (more)
A rare view inside the cab of World Record Holder, A4 class no 4468 Mallard on display at Locomation in County Durham, a site owned by the National Railway Museum. Mallard will be visiting Germany... (more)
Cab interior of locomotive on display for 125th Anniversary of the Cajon Pass
After making a quick station stop, C&O 614 is preparing for a westbound departure out of town.
Both engineer and fireman take a moment at a station stop while passengers board a late night train bound for Norfolk, Virginia.
The Steady Hand - ARR's #1 engineer, Frank Sheppard applies his 40 yrs of experience as he gently guides ARR's weekly passenger train, the Aurora, north along the frozen shore of the... (more)