C&O 614 leads a Hoboken to Port Jervis excursion west through Secaucus, NJ. The train is approaching Harmon Cove station and would soon be crossing the Hackensack River at HX drawbridge. C&O 614... (more)
At the Depot. The nicely restored Mallet locomotive takes a break at the Frostburg Depot on a Lerro charter.
Midnight Trains in Empty Stations. The title is taken from the song, "These Foolish Things." The 1309 poses during a Lerro night photography session.
Blasting eastbound through the West Virginia New River Gorge at Cotton Hill, Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society’s Nickel Plate Berkshire 2-8-4 765, is masquerading as Chesapeake & Ohio Kanaw... (more)
Cold Steam. Near the end of a very frigid day on a Lerro outing, the 1309 does a runby on the famous Helmstetter's Curve.
Lerro Photography photo freight with the last rays of the days light.
Bridging. The C&O 1309 crosses over the Great Allegheny Passage as part of a photo charter.
C&O Greenbrier 4-8-4 no. 614 smokes it up for fans on a photo rugby east of Youngstown, OH during a tour with the Chessie Safety Special. The engine led the special around the railroad in summer ... (more)
C&O 1309 was restored for a series of Lerro Photography photo charters this particular month, this is the third (of five) such days.
Old school meets new school at Lebanon Junction, KY on the first day of former C&O 2716's journey to Ravenna from Kentucky Railway Museum.
Clinchfield F7 #800 and C&O #2716 make a nice pair at the former L&N yard in Ravenna, KY.
C&O 1309-turned-WMSR 1309 is back to C&O 1309 for the month, as part of a Lerro Photography photo charter.
The Crew. Some of the crew of 1309 that took such good care of us on our two day Lerro Photography Outing.
I found this former C&O passenger car, that had been converted for Maintenance of Way use, rusting away in the weeds at the east end of Hinton Yard.
In May 2014, the North Carolina Transportation Museum hosted a Streamliners Festival where E units and F units (and streamliners from other builders) all congreated at the museum in Spencer.