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Photo ID: 647279

Articulation. How do you get a 2-6-6-2 locomotive around a sharp curve? The answer is articulation. This engine has two sets of drivers. the boiler and tank sits firmly over the rear se... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Keystone, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 05, 2018

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Photo ID: 646675

Climbing to Oblivion. The first morning departure of the Black Hills Central's "1880 Train" charges upgrade toward the summit just ahead which is known as "Oblivion." In its early years, ... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 24, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Feb 01, 2018

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Photo ID: 646402

BHCR #110, a Compound, Articulated Mallet Tanker. Yes, the 110 is one of just two such 2-6-6-2T locomotives that are in operation in the US today. The other is at Niles Canyon in Californ... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 23, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 29, 2018

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Photo ID: 646282

At the summit of Tin Mill Hill. Departing out of Hill City, passengers on the Black Hills Central's "1880 Train" get an immediate taste of mountain railroading and the terrain for which the... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 28, 2018

Views: 2,776
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Photo ID: 645906

Hill City: The climb begins. Less than a mile outside the Hill City Yard, the Black Hills Central's "1880 Train" begins its ascent up Tin Mill Hill. This is perhaps a 1/2 mile section of ... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 23, 2017


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Added: Jan 25, 2018

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Photo ID: 645817

Departing Hill City. The first morning departure of the Black Hills Central's "1880 Train" rumbles across the little timber trestle at the entrance to the Hill City Yard as she heads east t... (more)

Railroad: Black Hills Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-6-6-2T
Location: Hill City, South Dakota, USA
Locomotive #: BHCR 110
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: August 22, 2017


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 24, 2018

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Photo ID: 384643

Narrow gauge passenger service in Alna, Maine, circa 1911. See photo data for actual date.

Railroad: Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4T
Location: Alna, Maine, USA
Locomotive #: WW&FRy 10
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: December 17, 2011


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Added: Dec 22, 2011

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Photo ID: 384453

Snowy departure at Sheepscot. Although the weather in Maine during December of 2011 has hardly been winter-like, the WW&F's Victorian Christmas event was treated to an unforecast, early mor... (more)

Railroad: Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4T
Location: Alna, Maine, USA
Locomotive #: WW&FRy 10
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: December 17, 2011


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Dec 20, 2011

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Photo ID: 307196

Mt. Washington Railway Company's Locomotive #9 backs her train off the Skyline Siding after allowing an ascending train to pass. This is the highest of the two locations on the line where trains... (more)

Railroad: Mount Washington Cog Railway
Locomotive: Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog
Location: Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: MWRC 9
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: June 13, 2009


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Added: Dec 15, 2009

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Photo ID: 269527

On a bitterly cold December morning, a WW&F Brakeman calls for his engine crew to back carefully over a switch in the Alna Center Yard. He has done his best to clean the freshly fallen snow and ... (more)

Railroad: Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4T
Location: Alna, Maine, USA
Locomotive #: WW&FRy 10
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: December 20, 2008


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 31, 2009

Views: 3,331
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Favorited: 10


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Photo ID: 269212

A cool fall day on New Hampshire's Mount Washington offers not only a gorgeous view of the current season, but a stark taste of the one to come....all within 2000 vertical feet. Here, the B-sect... (more)

Railroad: Mount Washington Cog Railway
Locomotive: Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog
Location: Mount Washington, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: MWRC 10
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: October 05, 2008


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Jan 29, 2009

Views: 5,205
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Photo ID: 254534

Here's the over-the-shoulder view of the Marshfield Station complex as I climb Cold Spring Hill. In the foreground, a two-train section prepares to depart the platform for the summit. Further ... (more)

Railroad: Mount Washington Cog Railway
Locomotive: Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog
Location: Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: MWRC 3
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: October 05, 2008


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Added: Oct 10, 2008

Views: 5,685
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Photo ID: 254485

While brilliant fall foliage prevails at Marshfield Station, a quick look up the Cog Railway track shows that with a little elevation, the foliage season is pretty much over. The top of Cold Spri... (more)

Railroad: Mount Washington Cog Railway
Locomotive: Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog
Location: Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: MWRC 8
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: October 05, 2008


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Oct 10, 2008

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Photo ID: 252270

Celebrating 50 years of White Mountain Central Steam, a double-header consisting of Heisler #4 and Climax #6 descends toward the yard with the first train of the day.

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Heisler
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 4
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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By: Kevin Madore

Added: Sep 24, 2008

Views: 3,889
Comments: 1

Favorited: 6
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