The last doubleheader. With Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29's Form 4 set to expire effectively at the end of the day, the railroad took one last opportunity to team her up with the 4960... (more)
Freight Extra 29 heads north. With a very gusty wind whipping the Arizona high desert, Grand Canyon Railway Locomotive #29 heads north out of the Williams Yard on the old AT&SF Grand Canyon... (more)
The falling snow accentuates the curved lines of the boiler and the straight lines of the front pilot (cow-catcher). Denver Leadville & Gunnison #191 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in ... (more)
A Power Line-Up. On a windy, chilly morning in late October, a quartet of Grand Canyon Railway trains sit poised in the Williams Yard preparing for a busy schedule of events. These trains... (more)
The sun is already near the horizon as #91 is running towards Deraa with a passenger train.
SLRG 18 pulls the last of the 2.5% grade to the summit of La Veta Pass. The iconic location on the original D&RGW railroad became a beehive of activity as the photographer's special made a photo r... (more)
The Borsig Consolidation #160 is rushing through the Garaz/Garez station in the Syrian desert between the cities of Deraa and Bosra.
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The Syrian steam locomotive #160 is resting at the Cadem shed. The next day, the Borsig will haul a mixed train to Deraa.
Kamloops Heritage Railway Society’s ex-CN 2-8-0 2141 heads west on the Okanagan Sub as it departs from the former CN station with the Spirit of Kamloops exccursion train.
The Syrian steam locomotive #91 built in Germany by Hartmann in 1907 is shunting at the Deraa station.
TVRM's final Summerville Steam Special of the season works its way through the beautiful Autumn landscape of Northwest Georgia, with Southern steam gems 630 and 4501 in the lead.
Grand Canyon Railway 29 in the possible twilight of her career. Her 1472 day inspection would expire right after this, and it is unknown if GCR's corporate parent,... (more)
Duluth Missabe and Iron Range 332 crosses Big Sucker River Bridge near Palmers.