With a camera crew in the cab and on the ground producing a documentary, the B&O 25 makes all the sound and fury she can muster on an early morning run.
ex Canadian Pacific steam 4-4-0 now owned by South Simco Railway, SSR 136 heads south back to Tottenham station. Almost reminds me of shining time station or even the little engine that could. But... (more)
SSR 15 prepares to depart for its 3rd and final trip of Thanksgiving Sunday. It will back up to the end of the route, and head back facing forward. I rode this as a young kid, and had forgotten ab... (more)
Engine 98 built in 1909 seen here on a winter photo trip put on by Pete Lerro. Soon it will winter time again in the northeast and railfans will be wanting snow
Today's SSR tourist train heads south over the 10th sideroad in Tottenham on an unusually warm October afternoon. Fellow RP contributers Jon Angeles and Eric Portelli observe the steam locomotive ... (more)
It has been around 10 years since I have been up to the quaint township of Tottenham, Ontario. I can remember the steam train going by my Aunt's house from less than 100 feet from this spot. Sure ... (more)
Eureka shines in the Blue Hour. The beautifully ornate Eureka & Palisade #4 shows off her colors at the Silverton, Colorado depot as the blue hour comes to a close. Locomotive courtesy of... (more)
The "Countess of Dufferin" sits on display.
No 3 heads back to Inkster Junction.
No 3 returns to Inkster Junction.
Eureka on the shelf. With former D&S Engineer Monty Caudle on the throttle, Eureka & Palisade #4 hauls her passenger extra across the rock shelf above Elbert Creek toward nearby Rockwood St... (more)
Lobbin' wood. With their locomotive in the hole on the Elk Park Wye, the crew of Eureka & Palisade #4 forms the traditional wood line to take on fuel. Although she is just a 22-tonner, the... (more)
Crossing the Rio Animas. Eureka & Palisade #4 leaves the dusty mining town of Silverton, Colorado behind her as she crosses the Animas River to begin her southbound journey to Durango. Th... (more)
This is the kind of scene that attracted countless steam enthusiasts to Pakistan in the 80's and 90's. SP/S 2976 (Vulcan Foundry, 1914) is leaving Shahinabad with a special train to Faisalabad.