Picture of details of a vintage steam train driving cabin.  I can remember my Uncle Charlie with his oil can going along the train as it waited at the station for departure time.

Pinner says: Picture of details of a vintage steam train driving cabin. I can remember my Uncle Charlie with his oil can going along the train as it waited at the station for departure time.

Neck And Neck | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Neck And Neck There are a couple of locations on the Harz railway system where one can witness a double departure. This one is at Alexisbad where the tank and the Mallet (left) vie for honours before the tracks diverge.

Rusting abandoned locomotives left to rot for years in a derelict railway siding.

Rusting Steam Engines at New Hope and Ivyland Railroad

These rusting railway engines appear to be abandoned in a sort of train graveyard at the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad in Pennsylvania, United States

Wheel Sweating from Friends of BNSF!

Wheel Sweating from Friends of BNSF! My dad spoke of changing the tires on the engines

super chief train - Google Search

Santa Fe Super Chief (aka "Train of teh Stars) was a EMD locomotive built between Feb & Dec and the basis of my layout, Willoughby Junction.

ALWEG Monorail, 1959

ALWEG monorail test track, Germany 1952 - ALWEG would go on to produce the original Disneyland Monorail System, which opened in as well as the Seattle Center Monorail, built for the 1962 Worlds.

Eisenbahn in Deutschland

Eisenbahn in Deutschland

Dr. Yellow bullet train in Japan - Dr. Yellow is designed specifically for checking the rails of Shinkasen bullet train.

Yellow bullet train in Japan - Dr. Yellow is designed specifically for checking the rails for Shinkasen bullet trains.

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