70-year old F3A No. 663 is posed on the Pocono Mountain grade, just west of Elmhurst. This locomotive was originally built for the Bangor & Aroostook RR in May, 1948 as their No. 44 and is on loa... (more)
We're in the cab of a 70-year old operating F3A with mostly original equipment, including the Barco speed recorder. No. 663 was built for the Bangor & Aroostook in May, 1948 as their No. 44 and i... (more)
An immaculate GP9 heads up the Maryland Midland's dinner train, with an F7A trailing. The 200 was built as the NW No. 793 in 1957 and was later chop-nosed before being acquired by the Corpus Chri... (more)
A Susie-Q E-Unit with a long string of cars at Steamtown's grand opening in 1995.
The awesome exhaust of Class A No. 1218 rockets skyward as the throttle is opened after exiting Montgomery Tunnel.
Providence & Worcester's "Two Rivers Steam Special" heads south towards Groton on the Norwich line, where it will then head west towards Old Saybrook on the NEC.
Pennsy K4s No. 1361 (Juniata, 1918) is just north of Tyrone with an 8-car excursion train in 1987.
In its second day of public excursion service, the 1218 is coming from Shaffer's Crossing to couple ahead of a Lynchburg-bound special.
NW Class A No. 1218 is headed toward the Radford wye from Roanoke, after a morning round-trip from Roanoke to Lynchburg. Locals and casual railfans between the gauge are flinching from the awesom... (more)
PRR K4s No. 1361 is highballing along with eight cars in tow, on its way back to Altoona.
A-A-A Fs, "elephant-style," are powering MARC's "Patriot Special" at the south end of the old Western Maryland Altenwald Cutoff, on their way to Hagerstown.
The 425 pauses while the trainman bends the iron from the Tremont Branch to the Minersville Branch.
During the 25th annual "Glory Days of Railroading" event in White River Junction, Vermont several passenger excursions on Vermont Rail System trackage carried passengers North. The cab c... (more)
During the 25th annual "Glory Days of Railroading" event in White River Junction, Vermont several passenger excursions on Vermont Rail System trackage carried passengers North. Here the ... (more)
During the annual "Glory Days of Railroading" festival, Vermont Rail Systems special anniversary locomotive #311 pulls a passenger extra along the Connecticut River.