In a timeless scene, the Great Western Decapod 2-10-0 #90 is readies departure from the Groffs Grove stop on the Strasburg Railroad. The train is seen at 16:42 on its return to the Strasburg Depo... (more)
The 16:00 ET Strasburg Railroad train is returning to the Strasburg Depot when it makes the stop at Groffs Grove to pick up any picnickers that are in need of a ride back to the depot. the enginee... (more)
The 16:00 ET Strasburg Railroad train is returning to the Strasburg Depot and is pulling toward J Tower and the Pennsy position light signal with the Great Western Railway 2-10-0.
Merry Christmas from the woods of Maine! Each year, on the Saturday before Christmas, the WW&F Museum hosts an event called "Victorian Christmas" as a thank-you to its patrons. Hundreds of... (more)
5:45 PM...a mere 15 minutes until official sunset and we find MWRC #8 "Moosilauke" slowly drifting down Cold Spring Hill toward Marshfield Station with the last load of passengers for this day.
Two colorful Mt. Washington Cog Railway trains pass each other just above Waumbek Tank in the late afternoon light. Beyond the bend in the tracks, the railroad steepens markedly and in just 1/3... (more)
A 2 ft. gauge Henschel Tank Locomotive pulls an hourly train ride at Maine's Boothbay Railway Village. This unique museum displays the history of rural Maine from the 1800s through the early 190... (more)
Whether close-up or at a distance, there are few sights more awe-inspiring than the Mt. Washington Railway trains assaulting the mountain. In this view taken from Marshfield Station, we see #6 "... (more)
The Trainman uncouples the consist from WW&F Locomotive #10 as she prepares to run around her train at Sheepscot Station in Alna, Maine. WW&F locomotives typically run in reverse while northboun... (more)
Here's the Engineer's view from the cab of WW&F #10 as she heads south from Alna Center Station with the last train of the day. Any temptation he might have to "open her up and see what she'll d... (more)
Immediately upon leaving the Marshfield Station, Mt. Washington Railway trains cross the beautiful Ammonoosuc River before tackling Cold Spring Hill. Here, #6 "Kancamagus" pushes a colorful coac... (more)
Freshly outshopped, #40 hustles south along the Aquetong Creek with three coaches bound for Lahaska and return. The creek was suprisingly warm for June but the week of 80 degree days helped.