Southern Pacific No. 3100 and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe No. 108 take there place just outside the Southern California Railway Museum's diesel "barn" for an impromptu photo session bene... (more)
A 1921-built product of the American Locomotive Company, UP 2564, a 2-8-2 "Mikado," was originally built for the Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad. It was traded to the Oregon Shortline R... (more)
1st generation Attiko Metro emu on a dynamic loading gauge test train on Line 1 (Piraeus-Kifissia), inching along the curve at Monastiraki station.
Santa Fe Lives On. You almost forgot what year it was when photographing this scene. Standing proudly against the dark, night sky is ATSF 108 wearing its resplendent warbonnet paint scheme ... (more)
Stars Under The Stars. Posed together at the Southern California Railway Museum beneath the night sky are SP 3100 (U25B), ATSF 108 (FP45) and the ATSF 999076. While COVID-19 might have put ... (more)
AMTK 130, Amtrak's second Phase II anniversary unit, finds itself in an odd position as it bakes in the afternoon sun at Needles, Calf. The 19-year-old unit had been the trailing unit on this morn... (more)
Coaling the old fashioned way....one shovel at a time. With the WW&F Museum's bucket loader broken this day, Engineman Bill Piche and Ashcat Joe Fox coal Locomotive #9 the old fashioned way... (more)
WW&F Engineman Dana Deering. WW&F Engineman Dana Deering tops off the oil cups on Locomotive #9, as she sits on display in the Sheepscot Yard, during her 2016 dedication ceremony. Dana is ... (more)
B&SR 2-foot gauge tank car. Spotted on the ramp track in the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard is the only remaining, 2-foot gauge tank car that's still intact. Built in 1903 by Maine's Portlan... (more)
A couple of Guilford painted units (one fresh, one.. not so much) sit facing each other on the ready track in Deerfield. The 507 was recently released from the paint booth, and is in Deerfield for... (more)
NS 6181 eases 3 High & wides down the hump and into the bowl at NS`s Debutts Yard
Chattanooga Tn fuel racks , lots of stored power sitting around as well.
A tight fit. With her end-of-day servicing complete, Boothbay Railway Village's Henschel #6 gingerly backs into the museum's little engine shed, adjacent to the Thorndike Station. The 6 j... (more)
Bedtime blow-down. Sitting right in front of the Boothbay Railway Village engine house, Henschel #6 undergoes a quick firebox blow-down, before backing into quarters for the night. In this... (more)