E/B with the hammer down.
All aboard for New York Penn Station via NJT's Midtown Direct Service.
The 2nd October 1971 was a really important date for U.K. steam fans.That was the day that British Rail relaxed the ban on steam loco running on the main line - a ban that had been in force since ... (more)
6006 works an Aurizon/SCT transfer from North Dynon to Laverton across the Maribyrnong River bridge.
Takargo rail taking an internacional wood train from Lugo (Spain) to Celbi factory (Portugal), here already in the Portuguese route (Tuy-Celbi). The place of the photo is in Cacia, more precisely ... (more)
On December 26, 1955, we drove down to the Englewood New York Central roundhouse, figuring that we would see at least a few in service steam locomotives. It was another cold and cloudy day, typica... (more)
An old shot from April 1977. GWR no. 6000 King George V heads away from Chester with a returning railtour to Hereford. This loco visited the USA in August 1927 to feature in the Baltimore and Oh... (more)
An old shot from 1980. Ex-Great Western loco no. 6000 King George V departs from Chester with a Main line special for Hereford. The locomotive was built in June 1927. It was shipped to the United ... (more)
An old shot from 1980. Ex-Great Western loco no. 6000 King George V departs from Chester with a Main line special for Hereford. The locomotive was built in June 1927. It was shipped to the Unite... (more)
In '82, Rutherford served as dead line storage. Here is class unit #6000, SD35's being a personal favorite.
CP 6000 and a van waiting an assignment early in the morning at Field BC.