Lee Tidewater Cypress Company 2-6-2 No 16 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in June, 1919 for the Burton-Swartz Cypress Company in Perry, Florida. She had 44" drivers, 16 x 24 inch cylinde... (more)
GWR 2-6-2T no. 5526 leaves Buckfastleigh with a train for Totnes on the South Devon Railway.
Built by Baldwin in 1914 for the Carpenter-o'Brien Lumber Company, this engine served many lumber industries in Florida until retired and purchased by Nelson Blunt for the original Steamtown colle... (more)
Fort Edmonton's steam engine crosses the streetcar tracks on the double diamond.
BR Standard Class 4 No 80002 enters Mytholmes tunnel on the KWVR with snow still on the ground.
GWR Large Prairie 4141 heads back to Loughborough over Swithland viaduct.Great Central Railway.
Bonhomie & Hattiesburg Southern #250 awaiting its next work at Hattiesburg, MS in this August 1962 scene.
The afternoon Leszno turn departs southbound on my day off from driving the run.
Leszno turn departs south at 6:30 a.m. on my day off from driving the run.
L&NRy No. 4 steams at Camp Five, waiting for passengers to board the train. The museum features a blacksmith's shop, logging museum, country store, and the horse barn seen in the background. Not... (more)
Former Eureka-Nevada Railway Company #7 operates on a 4 mile loop of track in northern Idaho. The south end of the line allows for ample photo opportunities.
Engine 12 takes a drink at the newly constructed water tower at Silver Plume Yard.
Black Hills Central 108 gives us a good profile shot as she works the yard at Hill City after a day's runs.
Georgetown Loop #12, storms underneath the Devil's Gate high Bridge with the day's final train.