Ab 663 was retired by NZR in 1969 and purchased by Mainline Steam in 1983. After restoration, 663 returned to mainline in 1997. The train is seen just after arrival with the coaches from Feildin... (more)
Ab 663 was retired by NZ Railways in 1969 and was eventually stripped of parts for the Kingston Flyer Ab locomotives. It was purchased by Mainline Steam in 1983 and restored, being reunited with... (more)
Reading and Northern #425 is being spun on the turntable at Jim Thorpe for the trip back to Port Clinton on October 11th, 2014. Here the crew will give the locomotive a quick look over and top the... (more)
Part of a very large collection of heritage steam, diesel and electric locos also rail motors, rolling-stock and all rail related items, preserved and on display.
Pulling her first trips after rebuilding, Reading & Northern 425 storms up the Lehigh Gorge, as seen from far below in the river.
"Rosie The Riveter" working on Southern Pacific's # 2467 steamlocomotive in the California State Railroad Museum. The "Pacific" is shown in a workshop ensemble.
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)