Looking more like a duck out of water, this Canadian National Railways G8 was built in 1954 and found its way to Boulder, Colorado, where it moved railcars at a clay plant until it was 'put out to... (more)
It has been two and a half years since I visited this former Canadian National G8 and it has not moved an inch. This long nose beauty was built in 1954 and operated with the CN until somehow find... (more)
T413 leads the push pull configuration of itself, three BS carriages and P16 along the Ballarat Geelong line at sunset during a 1000km round trip to Kaniva and return to Melbourne using two trains... (more)
Wednesday-only mixed train #205 makes a station stop at Lethbridge on the Bonavista Subdivision. The train originated at Clarenville and traveled to Bonavista and is shown en route back to Clarenv... (more)
A pair of G8's ready to take the 1800 goods to Seymour These were eight cylinder 567's. A few remain in the ownership of preservation groups and are still used in revenue service.
All once were Victorian Railways units in the 'Erie' blue and gold scheme. The blue and gold units here belong to preservation groups . The yellow and black unit is SSR ( CFCLA ) whilst the green... (more)
Three generations of 567 powered units used for everything from switching to passenger trains. On hire to Pacific National but owned by preservation groups. T364,T395 owned by Steamrail. T342 by S... (more)
one of several on site... is this a GP7??