Little River's Pacific type shares the stage, during the blue hour, in Owosso.
Little River Railroad Pacific #110 leads a freight special at Squires Road on a cold, wet November day. No. 110 was built by Baldwin in 1911 for the Little River Railroad in Tennessee.
Little River 110 assembles her train in preparation for the 1st 1 hour train ride of the day.
Little River Railroad looking good under twilight.
Seven of the eight operating steam locomotives are gathered around the turn table at SRI in Owosso, MI.
Sunset, smoke and steam... The tiny little Pacific type from the Little River Railroad rests next to the big Berks.
Here's a relic new to RP: Little River Shay 2147, distant cousin of the much more famous LRR 4-6-2 #110 now operating in MI. The 2147 is a 70 ton model built in 1909 and is the centerpiece of this... (more)
Little River 110 at 100 years old finishing its last mile into Hillsdale.
Hooray! After minor problems caused the locomotive to be removed from its first run the day before, the Gramlings breathed a sigh of relief as their fresh Lehigh Valley Coal 126 finally made its f... (more)
Never Their Trains Shall Meet. Three locomotives that probably never met while in revenue service share space around the turntable on a warm night in Owosso. Will they ever meet ag... (more)
Mothers Day Special run. A Little River Doubbl Headder.
Little Pacific 110 waits for the signal to proceed east to Quincy, Mi on this fall day.
Little River Railroad #1 puts on quite a show as it rides the turntable during Train Fest.