November 6, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 1,067 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
The model, like the prototype, is right at home switching coal-loaded hoppers. - Photo is by the author.
by Wayne A. Sittner
Being very much a fan of the Lehigh Valley and the New York Ontario and Western, it was only a...
October 11, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 1,184 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Model and photo by the author.
by Stan Harris
With the introduction of the Harriman type 4-6-0 HO locomotive construction kit, Model Die Casting, Inc. has provided the basis for a number of interesting Southern Pacific ...
September 19, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 1,556 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Southern Mikado Number 6623 in freight livery. - J. C. Paschall, Jr., collection.
by J. C. Paschall, Jr.
Much attention has been given to the colorful green and gold paint schemes of the Ps-4 locomotives and other steam...
June 28, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 3,322 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Spokane Portland & Seattle O-1 2-8-2 #506 at Portland Oregon in 1950. - Photo: Jim Morris Collection
By Skip Caswell
The Spokane, Portland and Seattle acquired thirteen 0-1 Class 2-8-2 Mikado engines from the Great ...
June 14, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 4,016 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Great Northern's S-class Northerns were impressive locomotives, as attested by this near-broadside view of S-1 2551 at Fargo, N. Dak., in September 1954. GN had six S-1's and 14 S-2's, used in passenger and fast-freight service. - Photo: Charles Felst...
May 30, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 1,358 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Built by Brooks in 1883, venerable Great Northern American No. 186 as it looked in 1940. This engine was renumbered to 220 in 1947, and it was scrapped in 1947 - a longer career than most diesels enjoy.
At Sioux Falls, S.D., in 1927. GN...
February 29, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 4,621 views - 0 comments - 1 like
by GORDON Y. MILLS
When the sand house talk gets into the subject of steam power on the Espee, the discussion will most certainly include the red and orange Daylights and the exclusive-to-that-road cab forward Mallet a...
February 13, 2012 - posted by David Lotz - 1,710 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
Mt. Washington Cog Locomotive #1 pauses at the Summit. From an old postcard- Collection of P. Barney
by STEPHEN BOOTHROYD
In 1858, when Sylvester Marsh proposed building a railway to the summit of New Hampshire's...
by Art Fahie
Photos by the author
Two Athearn locos lay over at Hunterspoint. Both have been re-geared with Ernst components and painted with Polly-Scale paint. The road is made of spackle, applied over foam board.
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by PAUL TEMPLAR
PHOTOS BY THE AUTHOR
The passenger/freight depot at Red Fox is the main tourist attraction for photographers.
Well folks, this is my very last HO model railroad. I have now gone into On30. I made this decision a few mo...