In September 1992, Steamtown ran a a doubleheader excursion ( CP 2317 CN 3254 ) for their railphoto weekend. The train is shown here, steaming through Conklin, NY on its way from Scranton to Bingh... (more)
VTR 303 is seen bringing up the rear of a westbound Green Mountain Flyer train, passing a parking lot for Imrys, a talc mine located right behind where this shot was taken on 9/21/2019
Riding behind Reading T-1 No. 2102 in 1985, from Temple, PA to Jim Thorpe, PA. The trip commemorated the 40th anniversary of the building of the first T-1 in the Reading Shops in 1945.
PRR K4s No. 1361 is easing onto the old Bald Eagle Branch and doing some street-running in Tyrone. The train is bound for Bellefonte in Centre County, where the engine will be wyed for the return... (more)
NKP 765 rolling slowly downgrade with the Pittston-Bethlehem PX, after passing through the tunnel west of White Haven
"The Last Run of the GG-1," a special train operated by NJT in October of 1983; tickets were $1. The Gs look a bit odd under the modern cat poles. For one last time, we rode behind a G... (more)
The NKP 765 is ready to head up and over Penobscot Mountain on the return trip to Bethlehem.
And to All A Good NightThe last night run of the The Everett Railroad Company's sold-out Santa's Express steams across the Frankstown Branch Juniata River in the Reservoir section o... (more)
Engineer Shawn Thomas and conductor Dave Nelson guide Green Mountain Railroad's beloved ALCo RS-1 405 into White River during the yearly Glory Days event
GMRC 405 pulls by CLP 204 in White River Junction during the Glory Days of the Railroad festival.
Pennsy K4s No. 1361 being watered in downtown Bellefonte on a cold October Saturday in 1987.
UP Big Boy 4014 backing through the yards after its run from Evanston to Ogden
It's a long way down, as the 1218 starts accelerating its train on the return trip to Alexandria.
The 1218 is arriving in Columbus from Bellevue with a long train bound for the Ohio State Fair.
The 1218 is getting ready to go back to Roanoke from Lynchburg, on its second public excursion. Later in the day, it will run from Roanoke to Walton and return.