L 29 historical engine pulled from Casella to Genoa after a special train.
Ex Copper Range 2-8-0 #29 is ready for another passenger run on the Keweenaw Central. This engine is now at North Freedom, Wisconsin.
V&T #29, a 1916 built Baldwin, in the early sun of February 8th at the hills above Silver City (near MP 14.8).
V&T #29, a 1916 built Baldwin, in the early sun of February 8th.
V&T #29, a 1916 built Baldwin, bursts out of tunnel 4 on a sunny and cold morning.
Climbing out of Mound House, NV is V&T #29 operating a special winter excursion over the reconstructed railroad. The group had come to Reno on The Reno Snow train and the following day was on th... (more)
2-8-0 No 29 climbs away from Gold Hill with a return trip to Virginia City. The noise from the loco was amazing, given the size of the trailing load!
V&T 29 starts out of Virginia City towards Gold Hill.
V&T 29 works hard upgrade towards Virginia City as the late afternoon sun reflects off the engine's shiny new paint job.
V&T 29 races towards Virginia City with the last train of the day.
V&T 29 storms out of Gold Hill, NV towards Virginia City
Lambton and Joicey Colliery 0-6-0 standing at Pickering station on the North York Moors Railway,the engine is well over 100 years old having been built round about 1880
Coal mining railways often had extensive railway systems. One such was the Lambton, Hetton & Joicey Collieries in County Durham, a collection of some twenty separate mines. Their locomotive fleet ... (more)
Sure, it's not historicaly correct...but the "hot rod" version sure sounds and looks good!