With the Thomas Fire still raging in the background above the hills of Fillmore, FWRY 101 leads the noon Murder Mystery Lunch Train away from the smoke and flames and toward Piru. High above, a C-... (more)
Bringing up the rear of this afternoon's Murder Mystery Lunch Train, FWRY 100 crosses an original Southern Pacific bridge on its way to Piru before it leads the return trip back to Fillmore.
Making its final approach to the Loose Caboose Christmas Tree Farm, FWRY 100 looks sharp in the mid-afternoon light as it leads the westbound 2PM train toward its destination. Once there, passenge... (more)
Crossing the 1902-built steel truss that spans part of the Santa Clarita riverbed, FWRY 100 leads the 2PM edition of the Christmas Tree Train west out of Fillmore with a final destination at the L... (more)
Making its way across the dry Santa Clarita riverbed, FWRY 3051 leads the 10AM Christmas Tree Train back toward Fillmore as a DC-10 firefighting aircraft banks to the east and prepares to make a r... (more)
The Battle Rages On - Thomas Fire, Day 6. As the Fillmore & Western Railway's first westbound train since the start of the now 155,000-acre Thomas Fire trundles along as part of the 10AM C... (more)
With the afternoon lunch train a success, the F-unit sandwiched train pauses in Fillmore as the crew prepares for the evening's run of the dinner train.
As the sun quickly heads for the horizon to bring another short, December day to a close, FWRY 100 leads the afternoon's run of the "Murder Mystery" lunch train back to Fillmore as it pa... (more)
Passing through the newly planted orchards just east of the town of Fillmore, FWRY 100 leads this afternoon's edition of the "Murder Mystery" home following a pleasant trip to Piru.
Pausing for a stop at Bennett's Honey Farm in Buckhorn, FWRY 100 waits patiently on the point of this afternoon's "Murder Mystery" lunch train during the return trip to Fillmore. For thi... (more)
A storm atop the mountain. With some heavy cloud cover looming along the hillsides, Fillmore & Western No. 14 gets some smoke on the stack as engineer Andy works the old Baldwin 2-8-0 up t... (more)
For 104 years old...she's still looks mighty fine. Coming into the morning light on the first day of Daylight Savings, engineer Andy tugs at the whistle cord of Fillmore & Western No. 14 as... (more)
On Sunday, thanks to the time change,the last run of the weekend during the Steam festival was at sunset. The Fillmore and Western Baldwin 2-8-0 No. 14 whistles for the 7th street crossing as it h... (more)
Fillmore & Western No. 14 sends a pillar of steam skyward and sideways as it runs through the motion of its morning blowdown at the east end of the railroad's yard.
"Number 14, can we take them ahead a car length?" In a stroke of luck, with the conductor having requested to have the train pull forward to get off the circuit for the Central Avenue grade... (more)