Born of modest expectations, the Electro-Motive “Geep” became one of the most successful locomotives in history and a true American railroading icon.
Surely for the train enthusiast, a visit by Charles Dickens’ Ghost of Christmas Past would evoke images of railroading.
Though a popular British heritage railway with jaw-dropping scenery along the English coastline, the USA had a say in the Lynton & Barnstaple's early motive power.
US railroad engineer Mr Jim Rooney talks about his days with NJ TRANSIT, the locomotives he has operated and the joy of railroading in the USA.
Author Gary Dolzall recalls visits to “America’s steepest standard-gauge main line grade."
Author Gary Dolzall relates the story of North America’s first diesel streamliner.
Danbury, Connecticut, has long been “a railroad town,” and so it is today, thanks to the Danbury Railway Museum.