Looking out from Brooklyn Union Elevated car 1404 (Jewett/Pressed Steel, 1907), IND/NYCT R1 100 (ACF, 1930-31) is moving south towards Brighton Beach at the New York Transit Museum 2019 Parade of ... (more)
The 2019 Parade of Trains held by the New York Transit Museum was as a always a well attended event. At the end of the day on Saturday, September 28, 2019, the equipment was lined up outside of th... (more)
Southern Railway #630 runs the museum train at TVRM in Chattanooga, TN for the public and railfans.
Celebrating a sad anniversary. It has been 50 years since service ended in the Myrtle Avenue Elevated in 1969. The MTA New York City Transit Subway/New York Transit Museum operated a special acros... (more)
Southern Railway #2601 pulls the Museum passenger train with CSXT #911 & NS #9-1-1 sitting to the side for photos.
Western Pacific 918D takes a stroll passing the Farewell bridge, and it's a quiet afternoon as the Nathan M5R24 sounds of the cab locomotive echoes through Niles Canyon.
Photo, a property of Gu... (more)
Glorious early August late afternoon photographing and having an adventure of chasing the Western Pacific excursion, hosted by the Niles Canyon Railway. One of the preserved WP locomotives, WP 713... (more)
It's a "Southern Pacific Heritage Train!" SP 5472 leads the "Southern Pacific Day Excursion" through the trackage of the Niles Canyon Railway Museum while in a late Summer sett... (more)
SP 2472 gives a powerful shove through the semaphores, no longer in operation, for an excursion bound for Niles depot of the Niles Canyon Railway Museum during "Spring Steam Weekend 2015.&quo... (more)
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 powers the daily train around the museum grounds at the NCTM as it rolls through a curve near the Barber Junction Depot.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 has just departed the Barber Junction Depot with the final trip of the day around the NCTM grounds as it rounds a curve near a railroad signal display.
Restored Southern Railway GP30 2601 shoves under the former Southern signal bridge as it takes the museum train back towards the Barber Junction Station.
Not often can you see the Southern "Tuxedo" and "Crescent" paint schemes on the same train. The 6900 was originally the sole power for the museum runs this day but after some p... (more)
Posing as IC 4035, the Iowa Pacific E8 leads the museum train late in the afternoon with the Wabash F7 on the other end. Here, they're getting ready to throttle up as they duck under the Southern ... (more)
Graham County Railroad Company's Shay #1925 on the tourist train at the museum.