LCV 126 backs into the south end of the Spencer complex with the roundhouse and massive backshop in the background.
With the motto, "have engine will travel," the father and son Gramling team have brought steam to thousands over the past decade. For the next month, their LVC 0-6-0 will be residing at ... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 passing under the pedestrian bridge with snow on the ground at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
Behind the throttle, Mr. Henry Martin.
The North Carolina Transportation Museum held its Spring Kick-off which included a caboose train pulled by Lehigh Valley Coal 0-6-0T owned by the Gramling Locomotive Works.
Lehigh Coal Valley 0-6-0 126 passes Spaulding Tower, headed back east to the depot at IRM.
After running around the consist at Norwood, LVC 126 is highballing back north at Station Sign Nowhere with a Midland Railway 2012 Railfest Excursion.
Steam visited the Midland Railway for their annual Railfest this Labor Day Weekend. The engine was undergoing test runs.
The latest restoration project of Gramling Locomotive Works is lit for night photos at Train Festival 2011.
The latest restoration project of John and Barney Gramling leads a triple header at Train Festival 2011. Behind Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 is Flagg Coal Co. 75 and Viscose Company 6.
Hooray! After minor problems caused the locomotive to be removed from its first run the day before, the Gramlings breathed a sigh of relief as their fresh Lehigh Valley Coal 126 finally made its f... (more)