The Baldwin 60000: The 60,000th locomotive built by Baldwin. It was designed to be the best locomotive that Baldwin ever made. The engine was very innovative, carrying aboard new technolo... (more)
The Baldwin #60000 in a zoom Railroad: Baldwin Locomotive WorksLocomotive: Steam 4-10-2Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: BLW 60000Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 23, 2010
The Conestoga: The Philadelphia and Reading Rail Road was chartered April 4, 1833 to build a line between Philadelphia and Reading along the Schuylkill River. This, the second oldest survi... (more)
The Rocket: Built in London, Enland by Braithwaite & Co., and delivered to the Port of Philadelphia in 1838, this historic engine was in use through 1879 and logged 310,164 miles. From th... (more)
Atlantic Coast Line No. 250, a 1910 Baldwin 4-6-0 and one of only four surviving ACL steamers, sits in front of the former company warehouse that is now the fine Wilmington Railroad Museum in Nort... (more)
I first visited the California State Railroad Museum as an 11-year-old back in 1986. I'll never forget the dramatic way you enter the museum. You are ushered into a theater, where you view a mov... (more)
North Pacific Coast 4-4-0 No. 12 is a fine example of the American Standard. She was built in 1876 by Baldwin, and is a sister to Dan Markoff's "Eureka." Since I visited last, crewman have been ... (more)
SP 2467, restored by the Pacific Locomotive Association, is exhibited in the main hall of the California State Railroad Museum in a recreated "shop" scene. She ran to Railfair '99 under her own p... (more)
V&T's Empire shines with all her glory at the California State Railroad Museum. I've tried many times to get a good photo of this locomotive (the interior of the museum is very dark). Thanks to ... (more)
The only survivor of 256 SP "Cab Forwards" sits in the main hall of the California State Railroad Museum. She now features recorded sounds, including the SP's distinctive air pump exhaust.
"Genoa" was operable when the shuffled her inside the museum in 1980. Today, this 1873 -built 4-4-0 is posed on an original 1884 iron truss bridge in the main hall of the California State Railroa... (more)
PRR 1223, a Juanita 4-4-0 spends her days in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. This steam locomotive made her final run on October 26th, 1989.
The Whippany Railway Museum has completed the restoration of classic Texaco Fireless Cooker 7240.
Photo taken through baggage compartment door on Lackawanna coach 425.
The afternoon sun shines on the lineup of nicely restored equipment at the Whippany Railway Museum.