The Sierra Railroad's freight train gently rolls downhill at Warnerville, California in March of 2000. The Sierra Railroad is threatened with the close of its two main sources of revenue, the sawmill at Sonora and the chip mill at Chinese. Nevertheless it was fun the couple of times I caught a...
Doc Schoen, President of the Austin Steam Train Association, takes a moment to pause in the vestibule and check his train. The train is making a run to Bertram and back on July 4th, 2009. The power is an RSD-15.
Austin and Texas Central's "Hill Country Flyer" tourist train works uphill to "Summit" before beginning to coast downgrade into Burnet, Texas in June of 2006. ATCX 442 is the last known operable ALCo RSD-15 in the United States. Their T&NO 2-8-2 is down undergoing...
Re-built "West Country" Class B.R/S.R. 4-6-2 "Boscastle", at "G.C.R", (Private Railway), Loughborough, U.K.
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