The evolution of steam power is on display at the Museum of Transportation. The 4-4-0 Daniel Nason (center) dates from 1858; DL&W Camelback 952 is from 1905; and Santa Fe 2-10-4 5011 is a Baldwin... (more)
The ex-N&W engine was the primary power for The Olin-Mathieson Chemical Co. for many years before being retired in 1960. It is proudly displayed by the town under an illuminated protective shed ro... (more)
Built by Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston in 1913 Class D10h 4-6-0 CP 1095 now sits on display at the Kingston Visitor Centre. (Former Kingston Inner Station on the Kingston & Pembroke Rail... (more)
No. 755 is one of six surviving Lima built NKP 700 series S class Berkshires. While overshadowed by it's more famous brethren No. 765, No.759 and No. 779, 755 is well cared for at the very small b... (more)
The Reading "Black Diamond" Steam Engine
The Reading "Black Diamond" is a steam powered inspection engine. Though an oddity in the railroad business, several lines had such examples, the... (more)
There are few reminders that Harvey, North Dakota, was once a Soo Line stronghold; the old depot and roundhouse have been demolished. The exception is Soo Line 2-8-0 No. 440, beautifully restored... (more)
We've seen a good deal of 611 and 2156 lately, but 1218 has managed to stay out of the limelight. With just a few more days until the reunion of the N&W Three, though, here's a pictu... (more)
CN logo reflecting off an old GO Transit car. CN 5550 is a 4-6-2 built by Montreal Locomotive Works for the Canadian Government Railways in 1920. The CGR was absorbed into CN soon thereafte... (more)
The ATSF 1024 looks good splitting a pair of semaphore signals as it rests on display at its newest location greeting drivers coming into La Junta. This spot will become home to the city’s future... (more)
At the Science Museum of Virginia which once was Richmond's Union Station on Broad Street sits C&O Alco #2732
Virginia & Truckee 2-6-0 #20 "Tahoe"
This 2-6-0 Mogul was built in 1875 by Baldwin in Philadelphia, PA for the V&T in Nevada. The engine originally burned wood but was converted to coa... (more)
W.T. Smith Lumber Co. Heisler No. 10.
This 2-Truck Heisler was built in 1918 by Heisler Locomotive Works in Erie, PA for the W.T. Smith Lumber Co. #10 at Chapman, AL. Later it saw ser... (more)
Enterprise Lumber Co. Shay No. 4
This 3-Truck Shay was built in 1906 by Lima Locomotive Works for Enterprise Lumber Company in Simms, LA. It also spent time at the Cherry River Boom &... (more)
W.H. Mason Lumber Company Climax No. 4
This 2-truck "Climax" locomotive was built for the Moore, Keppel & Company in Ellamore, WV by the Climax Manufacturing Company in Cory, PA (near Eri... (more)
The 539 won't be going anywhere soon as it is missing some critical running gear.