50 leads this Brooks Preservation Society excursion back to Belfast from Brooks.
A Brooks Preservation Society train with BML 50 leading passes through some nice rural country in Brooks.
Greenville & Northern 70-tonner #75 at the shop facility in Greenville, SC // July 1969
Franklin County Railroad #105 in service near Franklinton, NC.
Off The Beaten Track. Running around the train at the end of a warm Indian Summer day deep in central Maine, B&ML 53 passes between two of the buildings that make Brooks look like a... (more)
Off The Beaten Track. The Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts' summer excursions almost always feature rare mileage and this trip over the entire length of the B&ML was no except... (more)
To avoid Houston I decided to detour thru the piney woods much to my delight.
Part of the Laurinburg & Southern empire awaits Monday to move a few cars.
Working the interchange is one fine combination of locomotives, one with a air whistle and one with a horn. That way I guess you can tell whether you are coming or going.
I was moving back east after five years in California and just happened to run across the PVS. I like the sound of that old Cooper Bessemer and the smoke, ah, there's nothing like the smell of #2... (more)
SP 1 had arrived back at Owenyo on a standard gauge flatcar from the San Joaquin division shops at Bakersfield following an overhaul and what looks like a fresh paint job. SP 9, shown here helping... (more)
Kah clunk, kah clunk, kah clunk she goes about her job.
A very railroad-looking 70-Tonner
Living proof that with some classification lights, number boards etc. a 70-tonner could be made to look like a railroad locomotive.
Greenville & Northern 70-ton #70 at Greenville, SC in 1973.