WM 734 storms into Brush Tunnel with a string of coal hoppers behind.
WM 734 storms out of Brush Tunnel with a string of coal hoppers behind.
A classic WP&Y loco and train, seen near Meadows, heading for White Pass.
GEA class Garratt #4023 catches the last few seconds of sunlight at Camfer.
Double headed Pacifics, class 16DA #876 and class 16E #857 catch the glint of the rising sun at Thaba Nchu.
NH&I #40, lettered for original owner Lancaster & Chester crosses Neshaminy Creek on a John Craft charter.
The helpers have cut off at Colton and three AC44's are accelerating hard, heading for the summit.
QJ's 7012 & 7137 catch the sun as they round Si Ming Yi, heading for tunnel one.
QJ's 7012 & 7137 have just exited tunnel one, on their climb to Jing Peng Pass.
The last "real" Rio Grande unit highballs towards Helper with the dirt train.
With UP about to unveil the new "Heritage" Rio Grande paint scheme, here's a shot of the very last unpatched Rio Grande unit arriving at Mounds.
Workers service 6978, getting ready for the night passenger run.
Santa Fe 3751 at sunrise, heading for the Grand Canyon.
Getting ready for a Cumbres turn.