A cold day in Echo Canyon. Union Pacific's two heritage steam locomotives stream long, steamy plumes in the cold morning air as the special train races through Echo Canyon on the last leg o... (more)
It's the biggest day these reproduction locomotives have ever seen -- the 150th anniversary of the driving of the Golden Spike. Before moving out to entertain thousands of people, CPRR Jupiter and... (more)
150 years and one day later, the politicians are still pontificating at Promontory, reenacting the driving of the golden spike. They do a great job here of recreating the scene, on a seasonal bas... (more)
On the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike, UP 4014 Big Boy heads South at Ogden as they switch to assemble the train that will head East on Sunday.
"Shades of Spring": SRC #89 shuffles by the freight cars stored in the Groff's Grove siding as patches of violet-colored wildflowers begin to pop up out of the ground signaling a change ... (more)
UP 4014 and 844 steaming in the sunrise
China Rail JS #8237 is waiting for her next assignment at the Yebaishou shed.
GWR 4965 'Rood Ashton Hall' departs from Nuneaton with the 'Lincoln Imp' Tyseley - Lincoln.
The Lincoln Imp is a grotesque on a wall inside Lincoln Cathedral, England that has become the symbol o... (more)
DONE!: With this word, the Transcontinental Railroad was declared completed on May 10th, 1869. One day short of 150 years later, the Union Pacific Railroad held a ceremony in Ogden, Utah to... (more)
Mallet steam locomotive 414, constructed in 1932 by Société Alsacienne de Constructions Mécanique at Graffenstaden, heads a mixed train Tournon - Lamastre through the Doux Valley.
With a lot of different cars Mallet 414 arrives in Lamastre with the scheduled passenger train from Tournon.