Surfs up. The p42dc.
#140 named "Bagdadbau" (Bagdad construction) is one of the 95 narrow gauge steam locomotives that were manufactured by Henschel in Germany during the WW1. They were used on a temporary n... (more)
Fantastic spot surprisingly seen from touristic Bus,while crossing Coronado Bridge at 240 ft. height
100 loads of Appalachian black diamonds fly high over the Red River valley below on the grueling up hill battle to Patio along the famed L&N Eastern Kentucky Division.
Georgia Southern & Florida 4-6-0 Class Es-20 140 was built in 1904 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. She had 56" drivers, 20 x 26 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 190 lbs, and produced up to 29,9... (more)
AMTRAK PO50, the Cardinal, pulls the cut at Moss Run, WV on its journey East.
A westbound freight kicks up the snow on a cold February Afternoon.
I guess you can pan a tram just as well as a train. In the Central District of Hong Kong.
Nationa Coal Board No. 140 seen after a winter frost on the delightfully scenic Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway.
National Coal Board No. 140 seen after a winter frost near Holywell Halt on the beautifully scenic Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway.
No.140 at work on the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway, one cold and frosty morning in the Yorkshire Dales
NG 16 Garratt,