The photo depicts a good example of a classical European freight train of those years. Nearly all the cars were two axled. This kind of cars is nowadays rare. The locomotive was of Swiss design an... (more)
Soo Line 2-8-2 #1003 passes the cemetery at St. John's Catholic Church in Rubicon on a photo charter operated by Historic Transportation Preservation, Inc. (Steam Specials). The automobile is a 1... (more)
In a few moments the crew is ready for the departure
A lucky shot - the sun had reached the bottom of the valley only a few minutes earlier. 1003 is crossing the Carretera Central twice over this steel bridge just before arriving at Rio Blanco.
Atlantic Coast Line 4-6-0 Class K-5 1003 was built in 1906 by Burnham, Williams & Co. She had 64" drivers, 20 x 26 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 185 lbs, and produced 25,553 lbs of tractive e... (more)
1003 leaves Randolph with the Steam Loco Safari Tours charter.
Passing away the night hours at Fairwater.
The sun is about to sink below the horizon as Soo Line 1003 makes a final runpast at Radio Road, between Fairwater and Brandon.
With the low sun glinting off the side of the train, Soo Line 1003 runs its charter freight towards Brandon Road crossing between Fairwater and Brandon.
Soo Line 1003 makes a run by for a photo charter sponsored by Historic Transport Preservation and Soo Line 1003, LLP. Trip was run on the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad. 1003 races past a wig wag s... (more)
Soo Line 1003 makes a run by for a photo charter sponsored by Historic Transport Preservation and Soo Line 1003, LLP. Trip was run on the Wisconsin & Southern Railroad.