Boston & Maine 4266 (owned by 470 Railroad club and leased to Conway Scenic) and Conway Scenic (former Maine Central) 573 lead a "photo freight" consist seen arriving in Bartlett with 57... (more)
Boston & Maine 4266 (owned by 470 Railroad club and leased to Conway Scenic) and Conway Scenic (former Maine Central) 573 lead a "photo freight" consist up the long hill at Intervale.
Boston & Maine 4266 (owned by 470 Railroad club and leased to Conway Scenic) and Conway Scenic (former Maine Central) 573 lead a "photo freight" consist over the Saco River in Intervale.... (more)
Passing Stair Tower. A Southern Railway local freight receives orders as she passes Stair Tower in the yard at Monticello on a spring evening. The power tonight is Southern Railway #401, a... (more)
A window on history. It's April of 1933 and the WW&F Railway is somehow still hanging on. The advent of heavy trucks and better country roads are tapping the lifeblood of the little railro... (more)
Engineman Robert Longo. WW&F Engineman Robert Longo enjoys a brief moment of respite with his pipe, as he gazes past the coal boards of Locomotive #9, waiting for the Station Agent to bring... (more)
Old Easty after Dark. The sun has gone down but the railroad never sleeps. The crew of an East Broad Top Freight discusses the evening's train orders as they prepare to depart the Orbisoni... (more)
Yard Moves. EBT Mikado #15 passes the water column on the west side of the Orbisonia Yard as she works at putting together a freight consist.
One of the biggest challenges in processing... (more)
Passing the Sand House. EBT Mikado #15 passes the old sand tower as she shuttles some freight cars around the Orbisonia Yard on a cool, fall afternoon under changeable skies. This image w... (more)
Foggy East Broad Top: Freight to Mt. Union. EBT Mikado #15 blows for the Enyart Road crossing as she takes a short freight north toward Mt. Union on a foggy fall morning. This image was sh... (more)
Leaving Durbin for Cass. The former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 eases a short freight out of the downtown Durbin Yard for the roughly 15 mile run south to Cass, along the C&O Gre... (more)
Trespassing in Climax Territory. It's long been known that geared steam locomotives are the masters of logging track. "Logging track" is a kind way of saying track that is hastily... (more)
Tree-Tunnel Time Traveler. Amid the shadows and highlights of the lush tree-tunnel just west of Durbin, WV, the former Meadow River Lumber Company Heisler #6 slowly makes her way south on t... (more)
Portrait of the C&O Durbin Line. Folks who've read about, but never actually seen the old C&O Durbin Line may have formed a mental image of picturesque, well-manicured right-of-way along a ... (more)
Running the Greebrier River. Cass Heisler #6 looks right at home hauling a short freight along the Greenbrier River just a couple of miles south of Durbin, WV on a sunny spring morning. Sh... (more)