Visiting locomotive, Flagg Coal Co. #75 leads an excursion on the Walkersville and Southern Railroad across the Monocacy River bridge.
In a scene from a bygone era, the crew member standing on the caboose platform gives a friendly wave. The Flagg Coal Co. #75 was leading this excursion on the Walkersville and Southern Railroad. T... (more)
Second Day Bridge Shot. On its second trip down to Rynd Farm, "Hank" returns back to Titusville. This weekend marked the first time in 40 years that steam locomotives traveled through Oil Creek ... (more)
Here 75 is being run by a novice who has paid for the privilege of operating her. This little engine has the loudest shrill whistle I've ever heard. It and New Hope Valley's 17 were pure delights ... (more)
Flagg 75 is being winched onto an ingenious flatbed rig. Word is, it's destination is West Virginia for Railfest.
Active steam returns to the NCTM for the first time in around five years. Here a steam engine from Flagg Coal Co. pulls the caboose train at the museum's annual Rail Days.
With the Whitewater Valley's regular train on the left and the Steam special on the right a NYC steamer on static display sets on the middle track at Connersville
Flagg Coal Company 75 passing by the entrance to the Whitewater River Camprgound
Flagg Coal Company 75 operating on the Whitewater Valley Scenic Railroad
Flagg Coal Company operating on the Whitewater Valley Scenic Railroad
Flagg Coal Company operating on the Whitewater Valley Scenic Railroad passes Dearborn Tower
For a short time on Friday morning, Flagg Coal Co. 75, the only visiting steamer at TrainFestival 2004, towed around an Ohio Central caboose.
The steam Instutuite no.75 came down to Dennison for Trainfest. When I took this photo No. 75 was barking really loud! So loud that the No.3 started to shake!