This was a special excursion to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Southern Ry. and Norfolk Southern steam excursions. Class J 611 and class A 1218 were double headed from Chattanooga to Atlanta. S... (more)
N&W class J 611 and the excursion from Atlanta have been turned and await departure. A Norfolk Southern work train carrying welded rail has just passed by eastbound and adds an extra bit of color.
When my father would see his Uncle Rob, he would usually give my father a new Baldwin Locomotive Works Builder's Card. Robert F. McKee, Sr. worked for Baldwin as a design engineer, so Uncle Rob ha... (more)
N&W class J 611 pulls a short freight on a ferry move between Atlanta, GA and Chattanooga, TN. The train is about to pass beneath Ga. highway 53 just north of Rome, GA.
SP 4449 leading the 2017 Holiday Train on the Oregon Pacific.
The SP 4449 leads the third Holiday Express excursion of 2017 along the Springwater Trail. Moments after this photo was taken, the train would come to a stop at its terminus point adjacent to Oaks... (more)
My great uncle, Robert F. McKee, Sr., was a design engineer at the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and he collected many of the Baldwin Locomotive specification cards. In 1985, his son-in-law (my uncle... (more)
The Southern Pacific 4449 and the Spokane Portland & Seattle 700 are on display under steam at the centennial celebration for Portland's Union Station.
Work being conducted on the SP 4449 while it was on display at the Los Angeles Union Station.
At 89 Years Old, She Still Looks Like She Just Rolled Out of Baldwin. Easing her way up Amtrak's 8th Street Coach Yard, Santa Fe 3751 passes by the passenger rail company's service and in... (more)
N&W 611 is southbound crossing the bridge over the Dan River, approaching the former Southern Railway Danville Station to drop off the VA EMTs, and picking up the NC EMTs before continuing to Gree... (more)
N&W 611 has just returned on the former Southern Railway's Crescent Route from Roanoke, VA with “The Roanoker,” southbound to Greensboro, NC over the Sycamore Creek Trestle.