Heber Creeper's SP 2-6-0 1744 rambles through rural Charleston with the Santa Claus Express on Dec. 3, 1989. The sunny blue sky day was tempered by that fact that 1744 was making its last revenue ... (more)
Southern Pacific 2-6-0 No. 1744 leads Deer Creek Scenic's Santa Claus Express through an icy landscape at Deer Creek Dam near Wallsburg. The 1744 was built by Baldwin for the SP in November 1901.
The Heber Creeper's 'Santa Claus Express' heads east through Charleston on a wintery Dec. 3, 1988 afternoon.
One of the Union Pacific Railroad's first diesel electric switch engines pauses for photos on Deer Creek Scenic Railroad's Santa Claus Express at Wallsburg. This beautifully restored NW2 was built... (more)
One of the Union Pacific Railroad's first diesel electric switch engines leads Deer Creek Scenic Railroad's Santa Claus Express, approaching the passing siding at Charleston, Utah. This beautifull... (more)
A rare site indeed. W&W 915 and 58 pull a double header, nearly 50 years after the mainline death of both locomotives. 58 was built in 1907 as AB&A 58 and 915 was built as River Terminal 97 in 195... (more)
Nearly one year ago to the date, I visited the town of Ashland, DE. I had my Fujifilm camera on hand and decided to take my first picture of the Santa train. It ended up becoming my first Railpict... (more)
Later down the line, We see W&W 58 storming up the hill into Mt. Cuba. A private Picnic grove used by the railroad.
Here, we see W&W 58 fighting the grade into Wooddale, Delaware. This cut is basically a tunnel without a roof and is a very tight fit. Hopefully they don't have to butter up the train.