Troops pose for throwback photos as the Daylight rests in the background. At Lerro Productions Photo Charter of the Southern Pacific Daylight.
The 2102 is northbound in the Schuylkill River Valley, passing through the gap in Blue Mountain along the old Reading Railroad mainline.
Steve Lee holds a hand out the window, as the big Northern and centennial unit lean into a curve at Platteville.
The magnificent Southern Pacific "Daylight" #4449 is seen during the Blue Hour in the yard of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center in Portland.
The great Reading T-1 No. 2102 is rounding the big curve on the last lap into Tamaqua.
Milwaukee Road 261 performs a photo run-by as part of the Gourment Express fall excursions. These PTC fundraiser trips were hosted on the former Milwaukee Road, now TC&W.
I wanna go outside!
SP&S No. 700 gazes out the window of the Oregon Rail Heritage Center, anxious to head back out on the high iron. Unfortunately, for now, No. 700 is unable as i... (more)
Southern Pacific "Daylight" No. 4449 - at night!
Owned by the City of Portland and maintained by a group of dedicated volunteers named "Friends of SP 4449", this... (more)
Number plate and class lights now in place. Work on cosmetic restoration of 4-8-4 CN 6200 continues, with a number plate on the nose now and class lights now placed.
Like father like son! Souther Pacific daylight Looms behind my matching model of the 4-8-4 during a photo charter in Portland, Oregon
"She said yes!"
My brother recently popped the question in front of Southern Pacific 4449 Daylight during a Peter Lerro charter shoot. Fun fact, she got him the H.O. model for Ch... (more)
Daylight After Dark: Southern Pacific GS-4 class locomotive number 4449 sits idle at night with a "Daylight" passenger consist in tow. Photo taken as part of a night photography s... (more)
One of a handful of Santa Fe 2900 class remaining; number 2921 basks in the morning light as a BNSF freight rushed northbound.
Blowing off some Steam! The 611 blows a little steam as it prepares for a trip on the N.C. Transportation Museum Grounds in Spencer, N.C.