The Texas & Pacific 316 pulls her passenger train across the Neches River Bridge. The 4-6-0 and her coaches made for a sharp looking train all day. The new operator at the Texas State Railroad pai... (more)
The fireman leans to watch his charge as the Texas & Pacific 316 has her passenger train moving as she glides over a low bridge. The new operator at the Texas State Railroad painted the former Tex... (more)
The Texas & Pacific 316 high steps 35 feet above the Neches River with her passenger train. The new operator at the Texas State Railroad painted the former Texas State Railroad 201 back to her ori... (more)
Deep in the piney woods of east Texas, we're in the hole on the Texas State Railroad for our eastbound passenger train counterpart, led by faux-Black Widow painted, Catepillar-reengined RS2 #7, fo... (more)
Texas State's #201 arrives at the Palestine depot, deep in the Piney woods of East Texas.
Texas State Railroad's Palestine train crosses the Neches River above canoeist Richard Donovan, author of PADDLING THE WILD NECHES (Texas A&M University Press, 2006) on May 3, 2008.
Heavy rains on July 7 and 8 caused this washout on the Texas State Railroad about a half mile east of One Arm Creek in Cherokee County, suspending operations indefinitely. A couple weeks later a l... (more)
TSRR #300 steams past the Maydelle Depot in Maydelle, TX.
TSRR #201 sits after being turned for the photographers.
TSRR #201 poses on the turntable at Maydelle.
TSRR #7 pulls out of the storage track as it readies itself for the morning run to Rusk. T&P #610 can be seen in the background.
TSRR #300 passes T&P #610 as it is wyed for the afternoon run to Rusk.
TSRR #300 crosses a small bridge just east of Palestine.
TSRR #300 rests after the run from Rusk to Palestine.