B&O 4-6-2 No 5227, built by Schenectady in 1919, is seen in her prime in the early 1920s at Sandy Hook, east of Harpers Ferry beside the C&O Canal before it closed in 1924. Photo printed from a 10... (more)
As I believe to-day is the last day of the KCR here is another Harry Daventry shot. Former British War Department 2-8-0, now KCR No 24, is believed to be waiting at Lo Wu with a train for China.
One for the Hong Kong members. Former British War Department 2-8-0, now KCR No 26 is being serviced at Kowloon shed. A photograph by the late G.H. Daventry.
A view taken c1930 inside the famous St.Pancras train shed designed by William Barlow opened in 1868. From next Wednesday, 14th November 2007, it becomes the London terminus for Eurostar trains fr... (more)
On one of Col. Stephens light railways, K&ESR Ford rail bus No 1 stands at Rolvenden on a service from Tenterden Town to Robertsbridge. Photo by the late Reg Clark.
A Liverpool Overhead Railway train arrives at Clarence Dock station on a service to Dingle. This greatly loved railway closed at the end of 1956. A photo by J.F. Davies.
Reading class RSA-14 ALCo C424 No 5202 and Chesapeake & Ohio F7A No 7074 at an unknown location in the 1960s.
A photograph taken during the 1914-18 war in France showing a 4-6-4T that has fallen into a canal on the Western Front. It was one of 14 engines from an order for 40 built by Beyer, Peacock & Co.,... (more)
New York Central Hudson No 5242 storms east through Palmyra in the 1930s.
Pensylvania Railroad M1 4-8-2 No 6926 built by Baldwin in 1926 on show at Altoona in 1937. A5s 0-4-0 switcher No 1098 stands beside the Mountain. What appears to be one of the two K5 Pacifics, No ... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio F7(A) No 4631 is in a livery I don't recognise in this photograph by an unknown cameraman. If you look carefully at the side of the loco the original B&O paint scheme can be seen ... (more)
Pensylvania Railroad GG1 electric at an unknown location in the 1950s.
Denver & Rio Grande Western M67 4-8-2 No 1524 built by ALCo in 1924 stands at an unknown depot in the 1930s.
Chicago & North Western H class 4-8-4 by the coal stage at an unknown depot in the 1930s. It was built by Baldwin in 1929.
Boston and Albany, an NYC subsidiary, 4-6-2 No 597 waits to leaves Albany in the 1930s.