While on a yard tour given to me by a friend, ATCS 442 stands tall bearing its Southern Pacific paint scheme as it awaits PTC installment and operation later this year.
Austin & Texas Central's westbound excursion to Bertram, TX holds for a late Sunday afternoon meet with an Austin Western eastbound rock train with BNSF power at the Austin Capital Metro's western... (more)
Running waycar light from Cedar Park, ATCX 442 descends the Summit grade westbound. The train usually consists of restored passenger cars loaded with people enjoying a scenic ride through the Texa... (more)
The Austin Steam Train Association's Capital City Express flies out from the flora on the Llano subdivision on its way towards the city of Austin where it will be wyed and return North to Cedar Pa... (more)
An Austin Steam Train Association brakeman examines the view forward as the train returns to its Cedar Park, TX depot on a 20th anniversary passenger excursion.
The Hill Country Flyer nears the end of its line at Burnet, descending from the highest elevation on the line at Summit.
The Austin Steam Train's Hill Country Flyer climbs toward Burnet, passing through scenic Bertram with a 10 car passenger train. Not bad to find a nice looking RSD-15 in 2012.
The Hill Country Flyer swings around a turn as it approaches Burnet.
Eastbound Hill Country Flyer excursion train climbs the grade towards Summit during bluebonnet season.
The Hill Country Flyer slugs it up the hill and through a cut before dropping down to Cedar Park.
The Hill Country Flyer runs around the train in the passenger siding at Bertram. Note the creative signal used on this part of the line.
A gator in the Texas Hill Country? An Alco gator that is.
Austin and Texas Central 442 sits at Cedar Park waiting to depart on a chartered trip.
Bluebonnets are starting to show in Bertram as the Hill Country Flyer dodges springtime rain showers.