One of five built by ALCo for C&O.
2 sec. exposure on the driving wheels of the 232U 1 displayed in the Cité du Train museum. It is on static display with its wheel turning for a short time every 5 mn or so, with some steam and sou... (more)
The Royal Hudson #2860 is prepared for a next excursion trip to Squamish in the North Vancouver shed. Unfortunately, this beautiful locomotive is no more operational today. It would be nice to see... (more)
A broadside view of 4-6-4 CN 5702 before it was moved into the Angus Pavilion at Exporail.
On the move. One of only five CN 4-6-4 Hudson's built (and one of two preserved), CN 5702 is seen out in the sun on a lovely summer afternoon. Relegated to 'b-status' in the hangar behind i... (more)
1951 built Hudson R707 races through Hawksburn station in suburban Melbourne, on a tour to Berwick and Stony Point. Streamlined diesel A66 was bringing up the rear of the train. You can watch vide... (more)
C&O's famous streamlined steamer, number 490 "The Hudson", sits on display in the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore Maryland today. The 490 once pulled passenger tr... (more)
The powerful 4-6-4 tank engine "prussian T 18" 78 # 468 of association Eisenbahn-Tradition Lengerich. built by Henschel/Kassel in 1923, is leaving Trier with DPE 61934 to Gerolstein on t... (more)
4-6-4 tank engine 78 # 468 of Eisenbahn-Tradition Lengerich is leaving the 450 meter long Kuckuckslay tunnel on the Eifel line between Kordel and Ehrang with special DPE 61935 from Gerolstein to T... (more)
The prussian "T 18" 4-6-4 tank engine 78 # 468 of Eisenbahn-Tradition Lengerich is pulling the DPE 61935 from Gerolstein to Trier through the Kyll valley between Daufenbach and Kordel, o... (more)