The John Bull
In 1939, The Pennsylvania Rail Road built a replica of the 1831 John Bull locomotive that was built for predecessor Camden & Amboy. The original had been sold ... (more)
After shooting CP's Holiday Train in nearby Delson, I stopped by the Exporail parking lot in St-Constant to shoot OSC 25, which is decorated with Christmas lights. This engine was built by Baldwin... (more)
One of my favorite Virginia & Truckee locomotives, "J. W. Bowker" is a 1875 product of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co. Currently on display beneath the train shed of the reconstructed Central Pacif... (more)
30587 arrives into Staverton hauling the 11:15 Totnes Riverside to Buckfastleigh on Sunday 12th February 2017
On loan from the Bodmin & Wenford Railway,the delightful 30587 heads through the Forest of Dean,passing St Marys Halt,on the Dean Forest Railway.Designed by Beattie for the London and South Wester... (more)
Steam locomotive Myron H. races a different breed of track vehicle - the Millennium Force roller coaster. Myron H. was built by Vulcan Iron Works in 1922 and started out as a locomotive fo... (more)
Steam locomotive Myron H. waits in the rain after completing a circuit around the amusement park.
Myron H. was built by Vulcan Iron Works in 1922 and started out as a locomotive for th... (more)
A steam survivor. This 2-4-0 steam engine was in use in the Cape Breton region of Nova Scotia until 1962, two years after CN and CP dieselized completely. It was donated to Exporail and is ... (more)
A Canadian flag seen through a 2-4-0. A Canadian flag is seen flapping in the wind on the other side of a 2-4-0 steam engine at the entrance to the parking lot at Exporail.
At the entrance to Exporail. It's hard to miss the entrance to the Canadian Railway Museum , as a steam engine is situated at the edge of the parking lot. The steam engine was built by Bald... (more)
This'll get a few second looks from drivers on Harbor Boulevard! Disneyland Railroad 2-4-0 #4, the "Ernest S. Marsh," sits on a Dunkel Brothers (equipment movers) trailer in preparation fo... (more)
For a brief moment in time the crowds cleared away from the incredibly popular Disneyland #4. Originally built as an 0-4-0 industrial locomotive, it was rebuilt by the Walt Disney folk into a 2-4-... (more)
Danish Railways no. 45 was built by Robert Stephenson in the UK in 1868. Here we see it on display at the Danish Railway Museum at Odense.
An unusual wheel arrangement. At the entrance to the Canadian Railway Museum can be found a rare steam engine wheel arrangement, a 2-4-0. This steam engine was built by Baldwin in 1900 as a... (more)