In her element. Having just completed morning servicing, Lehigh Valley Coal Co. saddle-tanker #126 steams in the Thomaston, CT yard, just north of Thomaston Station. Although the locomotiv... (more)
Crossing the Naugy. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. saddle-tanker #126 hauls a 2PM Naugatuck Railroad steam special across the Naugatuck River, just south of Thomaston, CT on a sunny summer afternoo... (more)
Steam on the Naugy. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. saddle-tanker #126 runs the tight narrows between old Waterbury Road and the Naugatuck River as she makes her northbound charge toward Thomaston, ... (more)
Steam passenger service on the Torrington Line. Railroad Museum of New England Engineer Bill Sample takes Lehigh Valley Coal Co. #126 north on the old New Haven Torrington Line, hauling thr... (more)
Steam Engine for Hire. One of the more unique steam operations in the United States is an outfit called the "Gramling Locomotive Works." Based out of Ashley, Indiana, this operation is run... (more)
Lehigh Valley Coal Company 126 heading into the Midway along the St. Mary's Railroad hauling the last passenger excursion for the day.
Lehigh Valley Coal 126 steams through rural South Carolina on its way towards Winnsboro.
Lehigh Valley Coal 126 performs a photo runby during a special steam run on the SCRM's Rockton, Rion & Western tourist railway.
Lehigh Valley Coal 126 has just arrived at Greenbrier where passengers will offload for a photo runby.
Lehigh Valley Coal 126 is pulling up to the loading platform at Winnsboro in preparation for the first trip of the day.
Lehigh Valley Coal 126 is being steamed up for a day of running on the old Rockton & Rion.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 126 leads the St. Mary's Railroad excursion into Midway siding, where it will sit while a skit is performed, then begin its return trip to downtown St. Mary's.
It's Steampunk time on the Wilmington & Western. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. No. 126, owned and operated by John and Barney Gramling, poses with W&W's own ex-Mississippi Central 4-4-0 No. 98 and a few ... (more)
The crew takes a look at 126's bearings following a test run. Photo taken with permission from the railroad.