Low Ceiling. The Potomac Eagle's F9 stages a shot at this farm under some low hanging fog and clouds and on an intermittently rainy day. Shot on a Lerro Photography charter.
South Branch Crossing. On our fantastic Lerro Photography Charter on the Potomac Eagle line, the F7 does a runby on one of the many bridges on the line that cross the South Branch Potomac.... (more)
By the Mountains. The Potomac Eagle's B&O F9 runs past a rock cliff during this Lerro Photography charter.
Casting a reflection in a station window, Canadian Pacific’s Royal Canadian Pacific luxury tour train pauses for a new engine crew next to the depot at Field, British Columbia, on September 20, 20... (more)
Train 58 with the 33A and HIS HONOR Ed Phaff the Mayor of New Lisbon....NO KIDDING....at the throttle and on train #2 the Afternoon Hiawatha Preston A."OLLIE"Hults at the throttle.... lo... (more)
Recently acquired E9A of MILW lineage will join The Friends of the 261's fleet.
In the 1970s, the southbound Crescent did not get to Hattiesburg until very late in the afternoon, which could be a problem on short winter days. That's why the approach to the Leaf River Bridge ... (more)
The former Keokuk Junction Railway FP9 1752 now works on the Ohio River Scenic as it leads its passenger train into Tell City. The trackage is owned by the Hoosier Southern.
Here is the Royal Gorge Railroad's #403 (F7A) waiting for passengers to board so that it may lead the train through the incredible scenic canyons just west of Canyon City, Colorado.
There is something special about seeing #403 on point. Here we see her leading the Royal Gorge Train earlier this spring.
Milwaukee Road 32A is on display fresh from the paint booth in new 261 fleet-inspired colors, to match the passenger car fleet of the Friends of the 261.
Historically, the locomotive was UP yel... (more)
PRR 9880 departing Honesdale with the second excursion of the day.
A pair of former Milwaukee Road F7As run around their Dakota Rail train at Peever. Tom Golden photo.
Power for the 20th Century Ltd.coming into LaSalle St.Station.....
Amidst the Shops. The Champion E3 runs between the old Back Shop on the left, once used to service steam locomotives, and the Master Mechanic's Office on the right, which once housed the h... (more)