The Allaire State Park in New Jersey was definitely worth a visit. In the vicinity of old brick houses and lots of nature, we also found a museum train that invited us to take a tour. A GE 25 ton ... (more)
The biggest and smallest diesels on the railroad make quite a pair. The 204 has just had a 92-day inspection completed, and is ready for a bath. The 25 ton GE is used as a shop switcher and makes ... (more)
LIRR 398. a GE 25 ton locomotive, and LIRR 619, a power car built from ex MILW FP7, sit next to each other on the turntable whisker tracks at Morris Park.
During the Saturday of Railroader's Weekend, Pine Creek's US Army 25 ton locomotive 7751 pulls a former US Army flatcar and CNJ retrucked wood caboose around the loop. The meadows on the north sid... (more)
The Pine Creek Railroad excursion train rolls around the loop at Allaire State Park.
On a fine late Summer day Pine Creek Railroad's 1:30 p.m. train is rolling around the loop at Allaire State Park. Former US Army GE 25 ton 7751 has a former CN Newfoundland coach, a former US Army... (more)
This diminutive engine is probably the most used at the roundhouse. The ex - New York and Penn Paper diesel built in 1951 is used to move steam engines and rolling stock around the premises. Its s... (more)
Pine Creek Railroad's 4:00 p.m. train rolls around the loop. Power is a former US Army 25 ton locomotive that once served in Hawaii. The train's consist includes a former Canadian National Newfoun... (more)
Former US Army GE 25 ton 7751 is pulling the Pine Creek Railroad's excursion train around the big loop at the Allaire State Park. The coach behind is a former Canadian National car that once saw s... (more)
Former Duke Power GE 25 Ton diesel is seen on the turntable at the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC.
At the North Carolina Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC, Duke Power GE 25 ton switcher #5951 is seen moving auxiliary water tender for Norfolk and Western J #611 on the turntable.
Once touted as "the shortest commercially operated railway in the world" when it portaged the ridge between Peninsula Lake and Lake of Bays the Huntsville and Lake of Bays Railway now runs its "Po... (more)
AGP's 25 ton locomotive is dwarfed by it's Duluth Elevator complex
This little critter warms its' nose as the sun rises over Lake Superior.
Ex LIRR 399 being unloaded at the Railroad Museum of Long Island