On a rainy day in Boone, railroad staffs watch JS 8419 passing the railroad crossing near Boone Station.
JS 8419 passes through the town of Boone. Imported from China in the late 1980s, JS 8419 still wears the original Chinese Railways livery today.
JS 8419 pushes the excursion train out of Boone Station.
Painted in CNW like paint scheme, Boone & Scenic Valley FP7 reveals its true Canadian heritage.
As the engineer has his grip on the throttle, Fireman J.W. Magee checks his fire prior to attacking the 1.0% grade with a 12 car train as his student keeps an eye ahead, assisting the engineer wit... (more)
Taken on railroad property by a railroad employee. A former VIA rail workhorse strolls at a slow leisurely pace off the Bass Point Creek High Bridge on a beautiful October afternoon. This bridge i... (more)
Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad's ex-Canadian National GMD FP9 and trainset parked behind the depot in Boone.
Joseph Magee shovels coal into the firebox of Boone and Scenic Valley Chinese Built JS-Class 2-8-2.
The Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad Crew in the cab of BSV 8419. From left to right: Max Wipperman, Spencer Vaughn, and Joseph Magee.
Riding in the Rock Island Caboose on the first steam excursion of the season on the Boone & Scenic Valley Railway.
As Eli opens the throttle up, it produces an amazing smoke show as 8419 and the train pull out of Fraser and up a slight grade over the Fraser road crossing.
Part of the steam crew does last minute preparations before departing on the first steam excursion of the season on this Memorial Day Weekend.
Running tender forward, the first steam excursion of the season rolls along the stick rail approaching the YMCA Camp after crossing the high bridge between Fraser and Boone.
After hooking up back to their train after running around it at Fraser Siding, the brakeman hooks up the air hoses and the train will soon depart to head back to Boone.