After the runbys at Upper Gum, Cass 2 returns to take photographers to the next runby location. A couple of the fun facts that I like about the 2 is that it was only Pacific Coast Shay ever built ... (more)
After dropping off photographers at Upper Gum for the series of runbys for the day, Shay 2 shoves the passenger train high to get in the clear for Climax 9 & the logging train.
The Passenger train pulling ahead to clear up for the Photo Freight. I wanted to make sure I showed the passenger train some love. Also, any help on trying to figure out the heritage of the Center... (more)
Reefsteamers' class 12AR No.1535 and 15F No.3046, make their way back home to Germiston after a days trip to Irene, on the Johannesburg to Pretoria mainline.
Meet me in Osier. Cumbres & Toltec 2-8-2 489, still dressed up as Rio Grande 485, arrives at the midway point of the trip in Osier with the daily passenger train from Chama. Rio Grande 487 ... (more)
Engineer Dana Deering ready to depart Sheepscot Station with the morning train. The museum's newly completed reproduction Headtide water tank can be seen in the background.
A look at Cass Scenic Rialroad Shay's #4 and #11 from across the Greenbrier river.
Cass Scenic Railroad Shay #4 has connected to Shay #11 and the departure from Cass to Bald Knob is only seconds away.
Foxcote Manor draws up to its train for another journey from Carrog to Llangollen, North Wales.
Bulleid "Battle of Britain" 34081 Class "92 Squadron" makes its final approach to Carrog Station with the 15:00 Llangollen to Carrog train.
Power Car 43 122 has a wash and brush-up before preparing to take passengers southwards to London Kings Cross in the days before the East Coast Main Line was electrified.
47 407 "Aycliffe" arrives at Platform One at Liverpool Lime Street Station with a Transpennine Express service from the North East via Manchester Victoria
In a classic scene, EBT 15 pulls the passenger train past this rusting piece of farm equipment.