RBMN GP39RN number 2535 notches down as the train comes into the decent.
RBMN GP39RN number 2535 makes it first appearance wearing a new paint scheme at Jim Thorpe, it's new home.
Meeting on the Mountain. After dealing with a minor derailment at Skyline Switch, MWRC #9 and her orange coach are safely in the hole, allowing MWRC #2 and her 11AM Train to proceed to the ... (more)
Five miles to go. A WW&F Passenger Train, modestly decorated for the holiday season, whistles for the private crossing known as Jayne's Way, exactly five miles from the railroad's southern ... (more)
Leaf Peepers. Peak fall colors grace the lower slopes of New Hampshire's White Mountains as MWRC #10 "Kroflite" takes the B-section of the 11 AM train up Cold Spring Hill. Seated on the f... (more)
WW&F Trainmen Jonathan St. Mary (left) and John Roberts (right) bring the museum's excursion train to the Sheepscot platform to begin the annual Victorian Christmas event. In the distance, Firem... (more)
2-Foot to Sheepscot. The first train of the WW&F's 2010 Victorian Christmas event races south to Sheepscot and a date with packed platform. Ordinarily, the museum uses the consist you see ... (more)
Ah, the good old days. The Fireman on Mt. Washington Railway Company #10, "Kroflite" is grabbing another shovel of coal about every 20 seconds as his locomotive takes the B-section of the 1... (more)
The calm before the storm.
New England Color is still in evidence as the Valley Railroad's first steam excursion of the day heads north along the Connecticut River at Pratt Cove. The train will take its patrons nor... (more)
Steam still lives at The Cog. It's just not nearly as common as it once was. On the Sunday of Labor Day Weekend, New England was blessed with high pressure, clear, dry air and calm winds. ... (more)
Steam Meets Steam in the White Mountains. Mt. Washington Cog Railway trains regularly pass each other in two places on the line. The first is at the Waumbek Tank at 3800 MSL. The second... (more)
The last real hurrah for steam at Mt. Washington occurred during October of 2008. With the fall foliage peaking in the White Mountains, patrons swarmed the railway, resulting in two trains makin... (more)
The Reading F units lead the 11AM train out of the south portal of Dillinger Tunnel and are reflected in a puddle/stream along the right of way.
No smoking on campus. With incredible luck, we get into Scranton just as the Tobyhanna train was leaving seen from Ridge Row at the University of Scranton. To date, I believe this is... (more)