Santa Fe is Still All The Way. An original, Santa Fe bell bottom lantern - authentic right down to a real flame illuminating the square, Santa Fe herald on the glass globe - briefly makes a... (more)
A recreation of the past provides a glimpse of the future. In October 2020, Lerro Photography hosted a photography event at the East Broad Top Railroad. In this staged scene, reenactors depict r... (more)
A spring switch guards the wye at Grand Junction as TVRM 606 prepares to depart with a 5-car consist of the Missionary Ridge Local.
Q327 clearing Hudsonville siding and splitting the fog at Vriesland.
A local visitor eyes both directions of track as Strasburg Rail Road #90 approaches from the east in the early morning hours of October 18, 2020. This photo was taken as part of the SRC's 60th ann... (more)
A second opportunity of mine to create a "like father, like son" photo op. This time with a scale model of the Reading and Northern Pacific Class locomotive.
'Train in the Window.'
Sandstone Estate's class NG4 tank-locomotive departs Hoekfontein station.
Spring Switch- W84 brings in a cut of empty woodchip hoppers into the siding at Naples before running around and proceeding back to Flat Rock light to retrieve a 200 car cut of Duke Power coal hop... (more)
Nearing the end of its trip through New Mexico's open plains, Amtrak train number 4, the Southwest Chief, is seen fast approaching the final set of Semaphores at milepost 706. From here it will be... (more)
An axle with short section of track are partnered in a display with a passenger 2-8-2 steam locomotive at the Lodz Olechow depot.
Rails of the Bethlehem Steel in Lackawanna from 1967 on the Codelco railway line from Lllanta to Potrerillos in the valley of the Rio de Salado.
Norfolk & Western 611 putting on a show for photographers at sunrise.
The Cowan pusher prepares to duck into Cowan Tunnel as it shoves heavy Northbound mixed freight Q580 up the steep 2% grade to the top of Cumberland Mountain. The Timber Rattlesnake in the foregrou... (more)
Amidst the photographers gathered at the reunion of steam at Strasburg Railroad this past October, the opportunity presented itself to introduce my HO scale 611 to the r... (more)
Big Boy rests in the yard at Evanston. Meanwhile, the business of railroading goes on.