Fresh air, delicate smell of coal smoke and the rapid exhaust stroke of the 1891 built rack steamlocomotive enjoy this travelers on a warm summer evening in the journey to the Brienzer Rothorn.
Palmetto Brick #2 sits with a cut of sand cars on a sunday afternoon.
The crew of 1863 built 'Prince' (2 foot gauge - now oil fired) take a break between runbys. Sister loco 'Palmerston' retains coal firing.
An impressive plume on the steepest section of the railway.
The light exhaust belies the work that the loco is still doing as it approaches the summit.
Shay #2 is comming around to pick up passengar cars for the days run to Whitakkar Sation.
Is it arriving or is it departing ? Cable Car No.2 is seen departing the cable car station with the city of Wellington and Kelburn Park in the backdrop.
Tram 2 view to Tram 102
1864-built 'Prince' leads 1999-built replica 'Taliesin' over Penrhyn level crossing with a Ffestiniog Railway train bound for Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Huckleberry RR #2 rounds the west loop on its way back to Crossroads Village. Shot by Jason LeBrasseur, Steam Railroading Institute
Niles Canyon Railways 2 Shays #2 and #4 just got back from running a double header
Zillertalbahn 0-6-2T No.2 makes a fine sight as it storms over a bridge near the small Austrian town of Schlitters.
Number 2 slows for a station stop. Behind the locomotive are 2 of the original cars that ran on the Disneyland Railroad.
"DRI" line Alco S3 might be mistaken for an S4; the large radiator transplant was the result of wreck damage repair. The small stack gives away the non-turbo diesel.