El Paso streetcar. This line ran until 1974 and crossed into Juarez, Mexico.
Two Feve locomotives with plows for snow removal doing the work of explorers of the road.
The 1513 starts it's 4 mile journey to Mt. Morris, at 10 MPH it will be an easy chase, the nose bell is a dead give away of it's C&NW heritage.
Built originally as ATSF F3 32C and later rebuilt by the Santa Fe to a CF7 now Ashley Drew & Northern at their
shops in Crosset Arkansas.
Two woman scavenge for usable lumps of coal, discarded from passing steam locos, as a Df5 road switcher runs light up the hill. The foreground 2 tracks (wired) belong to the Hegang Coal Railway - ... (more)
According to cuban law cars must wait for the train - even at a highway crossing like this. Only warning is the lady with the flag. The old car is a Oldsmobile of 1957. The locomotive a Baldwin of... (more)