The loneliest locomotive in the West...
While the Jupiter and 119 steal the show on the 150th anniversary of the transcontinental railroad, the National Park Service's 1948 built 25-Tonner spen... (more)
One of Consolidated Sand and Gravel's critters spots gondolas underneath the loader.
Kennecoot Copper's 25-ton No. 310 is seen in an unusual position switching passenger cars in the Nevada Northern Railway's yard on a cold morning in Ely. The 68-year-old, 150 horsepower unit origi... (more)
Former Manitoba Hydro GE 25T #857 sits on display at the CP station in Portage la Prairie.
Say "Hello" to my little friend - Steam Railroading Institute's GE 1940's built 25 Ton diesel switching locomotive. This locomotive was purchased at auction by SRI in 2008 and serves as... (more)
After bringing out Outfit Car No. 6, Kennecott No. 310 pauses in the foreground after clearing the track for No. 93 to back onto the 1872-built passenger car for this morning's run out on the Hi L... (more)
Working the Pine Creek Railroad - This little critter built in 1942 for the US Army now works a small, narrow-gauge, tourist outfit at the New Jersey Museum of Transportation in Allaire S... (more)
Narrow-Gauge - The 2:30 pm Pine Creek Railroad excursion train makes its way around the loop at Allaire State Park. A US Army 25-Tonner leads the way followed by a former Canadian Nationa... (more)
A tiny GE switcher locomotive sits outside the scale house at GE Transportation's Erie Plant. Locomotives:GECX 1943 GE 25-Ton
A Proper Little Train
A classic Jersey Central wooden caboose (CNJ 91155) marks the hind end of the Pine Creek Railroad's excursion consist. This caboose was re-trucked to 3 ft gauge ... (more)
The Jersey 3-Footer
A Pine Creek Railroad excursion departs the station at Allaire State Park on a fine autumn afternoon. The New Jersey Museum of Transportation operates a 3 ft gauge... (more)
A Jersey Shore Steel switcher maneuvers a gondola full of scrap onto the transfer table. The facility once belonged to the New York Central.
Hidden away in an old steel mill in Gadsden, Alabama, are a pair of General Electric 25-ton diesels. Now known as the Gadsden Industrial Park, these locomotives have been stenciled as such: GIP 2... (more)