Night time is the right time. Duluth, Missabe, and Iron Range Railway 604 (0-10-2, Baldwin, U-108b, 1936) is the largest switch steam engine in the world, its wheel design due to the length of ori... (more)
In 1936–1939 Baldwin Locomotive Works built nine 0-10-2 steam locomotives for the Union Railroad. Since these were the only locomotives ever built in the United States to this wheel arrangement of... (more)
One side of the locomotive is lettered for the DM&IR and the other for the Union RR, luckily the DM&IR side was the one that was lit. The tracks in the distance is NS's line through Greenville.
URR 304 Rests in Greenville Railroad Museum.
Built in 1871 for the Erie railroad, this old depot is now a model railroad hobby shop. It is also the site where the James E. Strates Shows trains unloads every year.