The Kalamazoo, Lake Shore & Chicago Railroad acquired the former CSX branch between Hartford and Paw Paw, Michigan in August, 1986.
In 1991, they made a second attempt to run a dinner train, usi... (more)
Rio Grande K 37 #497 leads a freight out of Chama, past Jukes Tree. The headlight of helper #484 is visible through the Rio Chama bridge.
Nickle Plate Berkshire #765 pulls onto the Owosso turntable after servicing, while a familty in period costume looks on.
The family was helping set the stage for various photo settings, providing... (more)
Pillar of Smoke
Rio Grande Southern Mikado #455 has a towering smoke plume as it leads a work extra past the "Matterhorn" bunk house. This train was a recreation of an RGS freigh... (more)
Rio Grande Consolidation #315 waits in Osier while RGS #455 (normally C&TS #463) takes water. This work extra is a recreation of a typical Rio Grande Southern operation.
Rio Grande Southern #455 (actually #463) crosses Los Pinos Trestle with a work extra on the way to Cumbres Pass. This is a recreation of a typical Rio Grande Southern consist, with the locomotive ... (more)
Little River Railroad Pacific #110 leads a freight special at Squires Road on a cold, wet November day. No. 110 was built by Baldwin in 1911 for the Little River Railroad in Tennessee.
Huckleberry Railroad 4-6-0 #2 (former Alaska Railroad #152) has just departed the village depot.
Nevada Northern #40 leads mixed train across snow bound Gleason Creek during a winter photo weekend.
Former D&RGW K 27 #464 leads Railfan Special across Butternut Creek Trestle.