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  1. DoctorZ

    The Lumberjack Steam Train: Laona, WI

    Located in Northwestern Wisconsin, is the Lumberjack Steam Train with runs an American Prairie style steam locomotive 2-6-2 built by Balwin in 1916. The train takes you on a short trip up to an historic logging town where there is a park and small petting zoo...
  2. T

    Need help identifying these (very old) (have pics)

    THese were found in the ceiling of our basement. Anyone know anything about these?
  3. Union Station At Night

    Union Station At Night

    Portland Union Station is over 100 years old and is a landmark in Portland.
  4. Steaming in the Sun

    Steaming in the Sun

    A special train of the DVZO leaving Bauma in direction of Hinwil with the Ec 3/3 4, in the ramp before Neuthal
  5. On the Historic Wrentham Branch

    On the Historic Wrentham Branch

    Power for PR2 resting on the remnants of the Wrentham Branch by the Providence and Worcester's Valley Falls office and engine house Branch connected Valley Falls to Wrentham and Norwood, Massachusetts .
  6. Neon F Unit

    Neon F Unit

    A little photoshop and an interesting outcome. I like it.
  7. Railway Yards Sunset

    Railway Yards Sunset

    The Beautiful Historic Railway Town of Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Canada...was Established in 1882..One Year after the CPR was founded.
  8. CVRR Steam Locomotive

    CVRR Steam Locomotive

    Photo was taken in 2001 on business trip to Connecticut. Taken at Essex Station which is now used for the Dinner Train Excursions. Engine was still using coal to fire the boiler. It was getting ready to make the dinner run that evening. Photo was taken about 4:30 PM.
  9. Trollery 431

    Trollery 431

    In Tampa, FL. 5/23/03. If anyone ever goes to Tampa. You have to ride these Trollery Cars. Even though these are new Cars. And built to look like the old Trollerys. They are fun to ride. I fell in love these Trollerys.



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