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The SOU 630 2-8-0 is on the head end of NS 956 as it heads into Whitney, AL on the NS Alabama Great Southern (AGS) main. This is a transfer run from the TVRM in Chattanooga, TN to Birmingham, AL for two weekends of excursions for the new NS 21st Century Steam Program.
2141 was built by the Canadian Locomotive Company in 1912 for the Canadian Northern Railway. In 1918, it became part of the new railway Canadian National. 2141 spent many years working in Alberta and Saskatchewan and also worked on Vancouver Island for many years. It was converted to oil burning...
3716 was built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1912 as #3916, class N3b for the Canadian Pacific Railway. It was rebuilt in 1929 and renumbered to 3716 and reclassed N2b. Based in the Kootenay's for many years. It was converted to oil burning by CP later in its like. After it was retired...
This Central of Georgia Railway 509 Baldwin 2-8-0 steam locomotive is seen at the entrance to Central City Park in downtown Macon, GA. The paint's peeling, there are numerous parts missing, but this baby still looks beautiful.
3716 sits at the rest stop after coming off the Trout Creek Trestle. The passengers will get off and take pictures of the engine while the crew refils the tender. Then its back on its way to Prairie Valley Station.
It's about 7:00 am and DRGW 340 is all steamed up and ready to go at Knott's Berry Farm's theme park. The early morning light and clouds of steam make the background convincing enough for one to believe this just might be somewhere on Colorado's narrow gauge system. DRGW 340 is an 1880's vintage...
D&RGW 2-8-0 # 683 sits on dispaly at the Colorado Rail Museum in Golden, Co. Built in October 1890 by Baldwin Locomotive Works as D&RG #583, it was renumbered to D&GRW #683 in 1924, she had a long & successful career before being retired in 1955. #683 is the only surving example...
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