Western Maryland 6 leads a triple header as Shay #4 steams forward. Thanks to Cass Scenic Railroad and MSR&LHA for a fantastic 2013 Railfan Weekend
Western Maryland 6 leads a triple header runby during the 2013 Cass Railfan Weekend.
A Llandudno Great Orme Tramway tram departs the summit with the last service of the upper section of the day on a sunny April Saturday. This line is a cable-hauled 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) gauge tramw... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 2/3 # 6 (former Visp-Zermatt Bahn) is crossing the Rotten bridge below Gletsch. In the background from left Pizzo Nero, Pizzo Gallina and Mittaghorn.
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 2/3 # 6 "Weisshorn" of the DFB (former Visp-Zermatt Bahn) with a mixed freight/passenger in the Furkareuss gorge near Realp. The cars are B 4222 (built 1890 for the Vis... (more)
Cogwheel steamlocomotive HG 2/3 # 6 of the DFB with a mixed passenger/freight train on the Steffenbach bridge on a grade of 11.0 %. Cars are B 4222 (built 1890), X 2916 (former Gk of the Furka Obe... (more)
Heisler No. 6 blows off some steam on a late night, in-between a two day excursion event on Labor Day weekend. Heisler 6 is not usual power for CSRR trains, and since getting a new coal bunker dur... (more)
The Brienz Rothorn Bahn has 3 generations of cogwheel steamlocomotives in active service. H 2/3 # 6 from the second generation was built in 1933 by SLM Winterthur. 300 HP, coal fired. Transmission... (more)
Shay 6 simmers on the top of Bald Knob during the first Lunar Express ride to Bald Knob.
The only 2 coalfired operational steamlocomotives of the Brienz Rothorn Bahn on a picture (the company uses 4 lightoil fired steamlocomotives too). H 2/3 # 6, built in 1933 by SLM Winterthur is sh... (more)
The little tank engine G 3/3 # 6 (0-6-0) was built by SLM in Winterthur in 1901 for the Jura-Simplon Bahn (JS, 1 meter gauge Brünig line) as # 109 and came to the Bière-Apples-Morges (BAM) in 1921... (more)
Preparations for the day's activities are being made at the Cass shops. A Shay is making up the Whittaker train while Heisler #6 is readied for the long trip to Bald Knob.
Pickens S2 runs light back to Gluck after delivering a car.
Amtrak 448 flies past mile marker 81.2 on its way to Buffalo over an hour late.
One Steel Grinding Systems LLC #6, a post-war General Electric 65-ton diesel, is now used as a parts source for engine