The transformer move over Conway Scenic is pictured stopped while shifting the load to fit through The Gateway and head down through The Notch. The three units are shown sitting in the cut with th... (more)
F still stands for freight, as seen in this view from Bartlett, New Hampshire as Conway Scenic 6516 leads sister 6505 with a high and wide extra on June 20, 2009.
With just a little imagination the year could be 1969 and this could be an RY-2 coming off the mountain or maybe of set of helpers drifting back to Bartlett. But in reality this is 2009 and former... (more)
For the first time since 1984 freight returned to New Hampshire's legendary Crawford Notch on June 20, 2009. Moving from Searsport, Maine to Conway, New Hampshire by way of eastern Quebec and Verm... (more)
PRR 9999 (renumbered from 9353) and leased to the Union Transportation Company heads north over the Lahaway Creek trestle north of Hornerstown enroute to Agrico at the railroad's Shrewsbury Road t... (more)
Out for about a 115 mile solitary run on the SL-SF secondary from Tulsa to Enid to work the Winter Wheat flying white flags.
Photo Charter - SRI - Steam Railroading Institute
New England's highest peak, Mt Washington, looms over the 1055 with a mixed train during Railfan's Weekend 2008.
As it crosses the locally famous Mershon diamonds, 1225 also crosses several crossings. Please note the RA flag and logo on the steamer placed there for a short time only. This was a RA event.
Excursion train to Sangerfield, NY
B&O SD9 1833 drills the east end of Hagerstown yard. All that louvering played havoc with the Chessie cat.
A pair of former CNJ passenger GP7's, 5907 and 5905, scoot west through West End in the PM rush.
MMA 3000 C30-M heading toward Brownville. This unit is one of a kind with total microprocessor controlled and bigger wheels than a C30-7.
Pennsy Supply B23-7 nos. 250 shoving a loaded cut of stone cars.
A GTW GP9R leads a WC Geo car, making for a colorful set.