Western American Railroad Museum, Barstow CA
All of the convention attendees, give or take a couple, posing for a group photo. Sixth person from the right, standing on the locomotive, blue...
Some kids from a nearby park ran over to see what the commotion was, and a member of the crew let them climb inside the cab for a look....
The ride is over, but the photos continue. The crew parked the train to allow us to take photos of the locomotives.
Go ahead, turn it, I triple-dog-dare you!
Even though we had seats inside the caboose behind us, a few of us opted for standing on the front platform fro the entire trip.
Awaiting D&I #2512 and #2513 to pick us up for the ride
D&I #2512 and #2513 sit idling on top of the bridge over Sioux Falls, after stopping to let railfans get off to look down on the falls.
Another view from atop the bridge, looking upstream
Looking down on the falls from atop the bridge
The railroad bridge that crosses over Sioux Falls, as seen from the ground in Falls Park.
C & EI passes by Mill Creek camp grounds.
N & W caboose on display in Assumption IL
The three units in the middle have had the sand filler hatches removed from the 'old style' position. The unit in center has the sand filler hatch...
A closer look at the engineer side of both completed units. Last but certainly not least, the sister unit, peeking at left, is next inline for the...
BNSF clutter on my work bench. All locomotives are awaiting an upgrade of some sort. The GP60Ms are next in line after I'm done with all (6) C44-9Ws.
I've completed changing the doors on the second of three locomotives. At left, the third unit faces camera. The conversion on this unit will be...
Crane & piledrive on the old Pislberry siding, Terre Haute IN