Timeless and classic power! This steam engine is pulling the Caboose Train for NCTM's annual Rail Days.
Pulling Hard. Performing a photo runby for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts, FC 75 puts on quite a show dragging three heavyweight ... (more)
Recently cosmetically restored SOU 542 (disguised as 604) watches on as Flagg Coal 75 puts on a show with the caboose train. Perhaps 542 longs for the chance to fill the Carolina sky with smoke o... (more)
Flagg Coal 75 rolls past Baldwin AS-416 #1616 with the caboose train. I've now manged to shoot this well traveled little engine at the SC RR Museum in Rockton, SC, the New Hope Valley RR in Bonsal... (more)
Perhaps the most well-traveled steam loco in the eastern US as of late, Flagg Coal 75 gallops along the museum trackage with a cute caboose train featuring cabs from the CC&O, SCL, Winston Salem S... (more)
Deciding to take a stroll away from the assembled group of photogs, I found Flagg Coal 75 simmering under the water spout.
Flagg Coal 75 rests quietly at the doors of the old back shop during a night photo session conducted by Steve Barry. At just $5, this night session probably offers more bang for the buck than any... (more)
#75 had been stopping at the orange groves about a mile (railroad) north of town on the Mount Dora round trips, but on this day came all the way into the "street" running portion of track at the w... (more)
The 1600hrs excurise comes to a stop at the reverse point. Now "herbie" the 44 tonner will pull the consist back from the old orange grove. This line is dormant now and the future uncertain.
Flagg Coal #75 leads the 1600hrs excursion out of Mount Dora. This line is now being rebuilt.
The tea kettle whistles for a crossing in west Mount Dora after rolling along the lakeshore. This line is dormant now and the future uncertain.
The famous Vulcan 0-4-0 is running for Inland Lakes Railway on Florida Central Railroad between Mount Dora & Tavares FL. Train has just departed Mount Dora along the shore of Lake Dora.
The famous Vulcan 0-4-0 is running for Inland Lakes Railway on Florida Central Railroad between Mount Dora & Tavares FL.
Apparently there's more than one way to skin a cat. I've seen engines re-coaled with wheelbarrows, conveyers, and front end loaders, but this is a first. Fortunately for the crew, 75 doesn't bur... (more)
A brakeman uses hand signals to direct the engineer in a switching move, a job at which 75 should feel much more at home than pulling passengers.