A pair of QJ's, climbing toward Jing Peng Pass, are silhouetted against the twilight as they cross the curving viaduct at Si Ming Yi.
A 16DA class 4-6-2 passes a small lake east of Bloemfontein.
A rare 14CRB class 4-8-2 passes the Red Wall at Rooikrans in late afternoon light. Light only strikes the wall in January, so today it's black!
844 & 3985 head out across the Great Salt Lake, en route to Railfair in Sacramento.
844 & 3985 are passing the Bonneville Salt Flats in the background, en route to Railfair in Sacramento.
Just days earlier, NS had announced the end of the steam program. After a weekend of excursion trips, 611 is preparing to leave Greenville, on the ferry move back to Birmingham, carrying black fl... (more)
A pair of QJ's head into the sunset, on their climb to the Jing Peng Pass.
NS 611 has just conquered the 4.7% Saluda Grade and is heading out across Summit Lake on the way to Asheville. The end of the NS steam program is less than a month away!
A self propelled steam crane cleans out the ash pit at the Daban terminal, a break from its regular job of coaling QJ's.
Ex GTW U3b class 4-8-4 No. 6325 heading out for a day of work, passes by four of the Ohio Central's F units.
Ex GTW U3b class 4-8-4 No. 6325 storms around the curve at Wally on a photo charter organized by the late David Goodheart.
Huckleberry RR #2, lettered and numbered US 152 for its original owner, the Alaska Engineering Commission, leads D&RGW K-27 #464 around the west loop.
Huckleberry RR #2, lettered and numbered US 152 for its original owner, the Alaska Engineering Commission, leads D&RGW K-27 #464, also temporarily re-numbered as 453, around the west loop.
Huckleberry RR #2, repainted Baldwin Olive Green and relettered US 152 for original owner, the Alaska Engineering Commission, passes MP 4.0 on the east end loop.
Ex D&RGW K27 #464, masquerading as #453 with the addition of a dog house, crosses the trestle at Genesee.