I wonder how many of today's rail fanners have seen a real semaphore?
The small Texas town of Grapevine utilizes a GP7 (2199) and a number of old passenger cars for their Grapevine Tours during the summer months.
GVRR 2199, with several coaches full of holiday season passengers, traverses the switches across the west end of the Hodge Yard as it makes its way back towards the stockyards.
A rare night photo chance of the Grapevine Vintage RR steam train on the Fort Worth & Western RR in the stockyards at Fort Worth, TX.
Going out of the turntable in front of Stockyards Station.
The Grapevine Vintage Railroad's Steam Locomotive No. 2248, affectionately known as Puffy, is a product of the Cooke Locomotive Works of Paterson, NJ. Built in 1896, #2248 was called a "heavy moun... (more)
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Local policeman helps to halt traffic.
The Grapevine passenger train pulls into the bypass siding in the old SL-SF 8th Ave. yard to allow a FWWR freight to pass before running around their own train to head back north to the stockyards... (more)
Strange little Steamer ...