Frisco #1501, a Baldwin product of 1923, has recently had a cosmetic restoration. This is how park engines should look. Good job by all involved.
ALCO's finest hour? Big Boy at Summit on Cajon Pass. Stunning machine.
The motorman of former East Bay Street Railways #352 keeps an eye on fires south of Pantano as we head back to Rio Vista Junction. #352 is a St. Louis Car Company product of 1911.
#352 is a St. Louis Car Company product of 1911.
Clinchfield F7 and C&O 2716 make a nice pair for an impromptu night photo session. And when you don't have a tripod, you improvise. 15 second exposure.
First day of C&O 2716's move to Ravenna, KY from Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, finds a historic photo opportunity with the Clinchfield F7. Thank you, to CSX for making this happen.
Built in 1882 as a Wagner Palace Sleeping Car, the Pullman Company modified the rail car in 1910 for the U.S. Bureau of Mines’ program to improve mine safety and rescue operations in Colorado’s co... (more)
One of a handful of Santa Fe 2900 class remaining; number 2921 basks in the morning light as a BNSF freight rushed northbound.
Baldwin class of 1942- Frisco #4500 rests at Route 66 Historical Village in Tulsa, OK.
Sole survivor of Espee's roster of 10 4-8-0's, class TW-8. #2914 resides at the Kern County Museum in Bakersfield, California. Schenectady class of 1898.
Sierra #2, a Lima product of 1922, rests in the roundhouse at Jamestown, CA.
Sierra #3 rests in the roundhouse at Jamestown, CA.