Four units charge up the grade, westbound, into Kingman.
The local is throttled up as it begins the climb up Edelstein Hill, rolling through the "S" curve under those classic Santa Fe signal bridges.
The purple slant nosed E3A sits in morning light.
The IANR Oelwein job begins its return to Waterloo, passing the CGW 116-A at the museum.
The PM 1225 prepares to come off the turntable while another Berkshire type and the LRR 110 Pacific stand by.
The CGW 116-A looking like its going to take a local freight out... Now if they can just get some traction motors for it, one day it might move.
The 116-A is displayed under the stars at the Hub City Heritage Museum.
The Oelwein job makes its way past the Hub City Heritage Museum.
Little River's Pacific type shares the stage, during the blue hour, in Owosso.
Down to his CB&Q cap and overalls, Roger was the engineer this day. The cab of the BN 9908.
The Pennsy E8A during the blue hour.
Erie E8A and Union Pacific 949 are positioned for the evenings photo shoot.
The big NKP PA takes its spin on the turntable at the Streamliners event at NCTM.
A NS train departs Portsmouth, splitting the classic N&W CPL signals in the process.
When it still looked like a N&W town, the code line and CPL signals, and that whistle sign.