The 1 pm Hobo Railroad train departs Lincoln, crossing the Kancamagus Highway. The locomotive was built for Maine Central Railroad in 1949 and in its second life has been a longtime primary locomo... (more)
Steamscape: The Mount Washington Valley.With the vast landscape of the Mt. Washington Valley as a back-drop, MWRC #9 "Waumbek" slowly claws her way up the steep grade at Long Tre... (more)
A pint-size train for a pint-size fan. A future RP contributor carefully composes what will be his memory of the only operational Maine 2-foot locomotive as of March, 2014. This little guy... (more)
Farewell to Number 4. Trailing a string of original Maine 2-foot coaches and combines, Monson Railroad Locomotive #4 begins its last day of operation along the Portland waterfront, before b... (more)
Looking down on The Cog. Shot from roughly 5300 ft MSL, near Long Trestle, here is a view looking down at the lower half of the Mt. Washington Cog Railway, or about a mile and a half of the... (more)
Cogscape - Burt's Ravine. Located just above the famous Jacob's Ladder Trestle is the second steepest portion of the Mt. Washington Cog Railway, known as Long Trestle. From our camera pos... (more)
For this year's Fall Spectacular, the two operating locomotives switched consists (passenger train and freight train) for one trip. On Sunday's trip, 2-8-2 15 took two open cars with it on the mix... (more)
The Huckleberry Railroad's excursion train emerges from the Michigan woods and enters the railroad's East Loop near Milepost 4. The Huckleberry is fairly unique among tourist railroads in that i... (more)
Mount Washington Cog Railway #9 "Waumbek" comes off Long Trestle at 5300 MSL, clawing her way to Skyline Switch, just a couple of hundred yards ahead. There, the hard work will pretty much be don... (more)
Cogscape - Long Trestle. Perhaps no other spot on the Mt. Washington Cog Railway shows off the altitude gained by the trains better than Long Trestle at 5300 MSL. Here, as we face north... (more)
Out of the murk... Mount Washington Cog Railway #9, Waumbek descends out of the clouds at 4700 MSL on Jacob's Ladder...the steepest portion of the line. This was an extremely lucky shot. ... (more)
Srasburg's 475 brings her seven car train back from Paradise.
NHIR 40 leads the 1PM train south over the second and less photographed bridge at Hood on a hot day in Bucks County, PA.