For many decades the historic Baltimore and Ohio Railroad served the Elk River Valley until the end finally came in October 1956 when this locomotive paused for water at Dundon in Clay County while making its last run. Photo from Richard Andre
Waiting for green The crew of British Railways Class steam locomotive number 92203 Black Prince await the signal to depart from Weybourne Station on the North Norfolk Railway while working the Holt to Sheringham service. 92203 was built in 1959
When the train was first invented, it was revolutionary. The train was a way to transport items very quickly. A train could transport many large items and it could carry people as well. It was first used to trade items between companys.
Polar Express - Chester Depot, Vermont We had just pulled in and I hadn't noticed the train on the other side of the street, ready to roll. When I got in place to take a picture of the station, it started slowly heading out.