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The Dartmouth Steam Railway, formerly known as the Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway, is a 6.7-mile (10.8 km) heritage railway on the former Great Western Railway branch line between Paignton and Kingswear in Devon, England.
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A.T. & S.F. 643 is a 2-8-0 Consolidation restored at the Oklahoma Railway Museum.
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Big trains - so long (pardon the pun) as they aren't blocking your highway, they are awesome to watch. Here's a train pulled by a parade of 12 locomotives.
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Arizona's McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park features a preserved 2-6-0 Mogul-type steam locomotive as a display.
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Randy Harvey [HARV] shot this walkaround of this North Pacific 0-6-0 yard goat at the Yellowstone County Museum.
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West Coast Railway Heritage Park in Squamish BC hosts many artifacts of Canada's rail history. Jessica Cooper [Jessie_C] brings us these photos of some of their displays.
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Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific needed powerful locomotives to haul their heavy trains over the Cascade Mountains. E-2 is the sole surviving "Gearless Bi-polar."
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Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe No. 5011 was the flagship of the 5011 class. This huge 2-10-4 "Texas" type locomotive is on display at the Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MO, with the cab open to the public.
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Les Rogers [LESROGERS] has been busy Down Under with another top-notch model build! Les carted a big Trumpeter 1/35 kit into his erecting hall and rolled out a marvelous DRG Class 86 BR86 Dampflokomotive!
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Twelve minutes past four in the afternoon of 22 June, 2003, Vincent the engineer opened the throttle of this bantam steam locomotive to haul another train of excursionists into Doe River Gorge to Pardee Point. This began my first steam loco operations.
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Nevada Northern Railway No. 40, a 1910 Baldwin Ten-Wheeler ( 4-6-0), Ely, Nevada. This run along NN Ry's Keystone Route climbs around downtown Ely heading towards the mines, passing through curved tunnel No. 1, and through scenic Robinson Canyon.
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Randy Harvey [HARV] brings us dozens of photos sure to delight modelers and fans of traction, i.e. "streetcars". This trolley 115 is the survivor of the Sheridan Railway Company.
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With this 1/35 WR 360 C12 "Shunter" locomotive, heavy freight steam loko builder Leslie G. Rogers [Lesrogers] again brings his experience building full-size maritime machines and big model steam engines to the high styrene iron of railroading.
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Nickel Plate Road 765 is an operating 2-8-4 Berkshire steam locomotive. This photo feature includes a cab tour taken in October, 2010.
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Ship builder Leslie G Rogers [Lesrogers] built the Trumpeter BR52 locomotive and tender into great model with an exceptional finish!
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UP No. 844 visited Deming, NM and RRM member John Staehle [Johncpo] took these photos of the magnificent engine. John also kindly shares a history of the area.
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Welcome to the story of Woolwich, the small tank locomotive that is being restored by Crossness Engines Trust, London England.
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Lima Locomotive Work perfected "Super Power" with their Class A-1 2-8-4 steam locomotive. Super Power revolutionized freight train operations by pulling freight out of the "drag era." Proven on the Boston & Albany RR, 2-8-4 are known a "Berkshire."
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Many modelers find representing the wear-and-tear as integral as the model itself. Steam locomotives present a variety of weathering options applicable to models of any metallic vehicle, air, land or marine subjects.
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Owosso, Michigan's Steam Railroading Institute hosted the largest gathering of live steam locomotives in a decade during a 4 day festival in July, 2009.
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