One of the Edaville Railroad's two foot gauge 2-4-4Ts, #8, powers a train around the original 5.5 mile loop at South Carver, MA, back when the line was more a Maine narrow gauge museum than amusem... (more)
Ex Bridgton & Saco River 7 (Baldwin 1913) 2-foot gauge. I shot the freight at Edaville.
Waiting in the wings. As Monson Locomotive #4 retires (for the near term), the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company and Museum is actively working on the next locomotive, which will power it... (more)
The 2-4-4T steam locomotive that is preserved in the Tubarao railway museum has been built in Cassel (Today Kassel) in Germany by Henschel and Sohn in 1912. I do not know how this German engine ca... (more)
A Santa Fe & Disneyland passenger train makes a stop at the Main Street station. SF&D 2-4-4T Forney #3 was built by Baldwin in April 1895. The 36"-gauge engine was rebuilt from Godchaux Sugar Co... (more)
Queen of the Maine 2-Footers. If you randomly poll 100 two-foot rail enthusiasts as to which of the 5 surviving steamers is their favorite, chances are that a distinct majority would pick t... (more)
Disneyland Railroad 2-4-4T #3, the "Fred Gurley," was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1894 as an 0-4-4T for the 3' gauge Godchaux Sugar Company (Louisiana) #1. It was acquired by the Santa F... (more)
The numberplate on the smokebox front of Disneyland Railroad 2-4-4T #3, the "Fred Gurley." Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1894 as an 0-4-4T for the 3' gauge Godchaux Sugar Company (Louisian... (more)
Strange little Steamer ...
Forney #8 posing on the Portland waterfront while fireman Russ Page inspects the cylinders