This 0-4-0T saddle tank engine known as a ‘dinky’ was owned and operated by the Great Western Sugar Company and was used to shuffle sugar beets into the processing plant. Great Western at one ... (more)
Twilight December 4 in the final days of the 1965 Colorado sugar campaign, Great Western Sugar Company 13, an 0-4-0T, simmers at the Loveland plant. Long after steam has vanished elsewhee from eve... (more)
Portrait of a dinkie. In November, 1958, 0-4-0T number 13, a 1929 product of Davenport Locomotive Works, was shepherding cars of sugar beets at Great Western Sugar Company’s Loveland plant, its ... (more)
Two Minnesota "firsts" are displayed at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum in Duluth. The 4-4-0 "William Crooks" was the first steam locomotive in the State of Minnesota, arriving by boat in 1861.... (more)
En route to Bristol, Lonesome Pine Scenic's ex-Cadillac & Lake City 0-4-0T #11 oozes steam from every joint as its crew takes a break between Leonard and Benham, VA. This route is all gone---and t... (more)
Looking more like a toy, CC & V 2 is just leaving the Depot. It's only about a 40 minute round trip, but offers both beautiful scenery, and an interesting glimpse into the past.
The Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Guage Railroad has only just opened for the season. CC & V 2 waits at the Depot/Gift Shop for the next group of passengers. Each trip takes about 40 minutes. ... (more)
Cripple Creek & Victor approaches a switch after leaving the Cripple Creek station. CC & V #1 waits in the 'hole' on its return trip before backing into the station.
An old steam engine sits on display at the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond.
Pan shot of "Bronhilde", an L.Schwartzkopf loco dating from 1927.
Steam Engine of narrow gauge heritage Darjeeling train