Held for 5 seconds and done three times, Fireman Andrew Giardina blows down #26 in the east end of the Lackawanna Railroad yard at Steamtown National Historic Site.
"Wildflowers at Work": Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 peacefully coasts through the east end of the Steamtown yard among mechanical metallic relics of another age in railroading. Even amon... (more)
A profile of a 1929 product of the Baldwin Locomotive Works...
On Sunday, August 4, Conway Scenic Railroad celebrated the 45th Anniversary of its first run, a run that was made in 1974 with Conway Scenic ex-CN 0-6-0 #7470. To commemorate the anniversary, Con... (more)
"Bruce": Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 is in good hands when Steamtown Shop Supervisor Bruce Mowbray occupies the right hand seat of the 1929 0-6-0. A self taught steam locomotive machinist and mec... (more)
PRR #643 (B4), built in 1901, hauling an excursion train along the Williams Grove Railroad.
Steam at Crawford's Notch. The cell phones come out among the hikers and other visitors to Crawford Notch State Park, as CN 7470 brings Conway Scenic's Notch Train into Crawford's Notch Sta... (more)
"Smoke and Steam": Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 quietly builds pressure within the peaceful confines of the former Lackawanna Railroad roundhouse at Steamtown National Historic Site next... (more)
Charging west at 2nd Iron. With just a touch of blue sky showing through, Conway Scenic's big 0-6-0 charges across 2nd Iron Bridge, hauling her special passenger excursion toward a schedule... (more)
Playing through. Proper golf etiquette dictates that faster players be allowed to play through and it is arguable that right this second, Conway Scenic's big switcher #7470 is definitely th... (more)
Southern Railway Q Class No. 30541 seen north of Sheffield Park.
SE&CR Class 01 No 65 seen north of Sheffield Park.
Flying along former Lackawanna Railroad trackage, Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 shows off as much speed as she can muster as she heads for Nay Aug Tunnel. Mike Theriault is in the right hand seat o... (more)
"Grease and Grime": Baldwin Locomotive Works #26 is about to enter the former Lackawanna Railroad roundhouse at the Steamtown National Historic Site after a day of hauling passengers on ... (more)