Two Missabe workhorses at Duluth, Minnesota. Duluth & Northeastern 28 was wearing temporary DM&IR lettering for a photo charter the next day. It was originally built for the Duluth, Missabe & No... (more)
40 heading through the woods of bucks county PA. Can't wait until she is done being restored.
A Knox and Kane steam tourist train makes its way through Allegheny National Forest near Marienville, Pa.
This Colorado & Southern 641 was built in July of 1906 by the American Locomotive Company and ran local freight around Leadville, Colorado and also made runs to the Climax gold mine. It is on dis... (more)
Duluth & Northeastern 28 steams out of the woods at Palmers, Minnesota, on the DM&IR's old "Lakefront Line" between Duluth and Two Harbors.
Duluth & Northeastern 28 rolls past the green pond near Palmers, Minn., replicating a sight not seen in the Northwoods for over fifty years.
On September 9th, 2017, the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad celebrated the 75th Birthday of our steam locomotive No. 1702. The specialty excursion ran between Dillsboro and Bryson City, North Carol... (more)
Duluth & Northeastern #28 steams past the photo line with a mixed train for the third day of festivities during Railfan Weekend 2017.
Duluth & Northeastern #28 patched up as its former self, DM&IR #332 steams quietly in the yard of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum during a night photo shoot to kick off Railfan Weekend 2017.
Knox & Kane 2-8-0 No. 58 leads a tourist train through Allegheny National Forest near Marienville, Pa. Unfortunately, No. 58 was inside the engine house when vandals set fire to the structure on M... (more)
Duluth & Northeastern 28 hustles a mixed train north towards Two Harbors on the former DM&IR Lakefront Line.
D&NE 28 (former DM&IR 332) leads a mixed train past a green pond between Duluth and Two Harbors on the North Shore Scenic Railroad. This was a Glischinski photo charter.
WMSR 734 rounds Helmstetter's Curve on a Carl Franz Photo Special.
"It's not the middle of nowhere, but you can sure see it from here..." -Michael Brooks, GCR Assistant Trainmaster
Leaving the hole at Willaha Arizona after the daily train has passed... (more)
After turning the power in Sumerville, SOU 630 leads the excursion back to Chattanooga. This was the first time the 630 and 4501 doubleheaded since 4501 returned to steam.