RS-3 #109 and RS-2 #105 pass by the water and coal towers in East Ely yard with a train of empty ore cars.
TVRM engines 1824 1829 2594 pose for the camera at the Grand Jct depot.
4433 leads train 171 at Chattanooga Tn
Caboose put-away. With darkness approaching, Monson Locomotive #3 has WW&F Caboose #320 on her front coupler and is taking it back to the shop building for indoor storage. Caboose 320 was... (more)
Spinning Monson #3. The centerpiece of the Sheepscot Yard is an "Armstrong" Queenpost Turntable. Here, we see the WW&F crew turning Monson Locomotive #3 at the conclusion of our... (more)
"Sunbathing in Bluefield": Higginbotham's Summit - 363.3 miles from Norfolk at the top of a 1.0 percent grade when the N&W arrived in 1882-1883 while forming its lines west of the New Ri... (more)
You are looking at Coyote Basin in far eastern Utah. The Colorado state line is just in front of Raven Ridge, that tree covered ridge in the background. No one lives out here; no ranches, no homes... (more)
Eastbound on the Racetrack.
Full House. On a cool, winter evening in Los Angeles, AMTK 184 joins a trio of Pacific Surfliner Chargers and the veteran AMTK 795, which hasn't turned a wheel under it’s own power for near... (more)
Clean up is under way to get these locomotives back on the rails after an early morning derailment.
Ready for work. WW&F Locomotive #9 is steamed and ready to tie on to her mixed extra in the Sheepscot Yard, as she sits just south of the 3-way stub switch, adjacent to the water tank. Tha... (more)
Tennessee Valley Railroad Grand Jct campus.
WW&F Engineman Robert Longo. WW&F Engineman Robert "Bullet Bob" Longo, poses with the 130 year-old Locomotive #9 at the Sheepscot Water Tank, in Alna, Maine.