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|May 26-28, 2023 - The Journey East As Far As Wichita: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. While in Indiana, we planned a visit to the National New York Central Museum then more depots on the way to the Rockhill Trolley Museum, followed by Steamtown to ride the train and the adjacent Electric City Trolley Museum to... Read More>>|
|May 20-23, 2023 - Sparks Yard, Two Stations and the Drive Home: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Union Pacific GP40-2 1372 working a freight. Union Pacific yard engine SD40N 1539 with SD40N 1488 and SD40N 1372 working in Sparks yard. Union Pacific SD40M 1539 working the tracks below my... Read More>>|
|May 19, 2023 - Donner Pass, Summit Tunnel and Truckee Tour: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Trip Information -- The Third and Last Railway and Locomotive Historical Society/Southern Pacific History Centre/National Railway Historical Society event of the 2023 joint conference. Buses will... Read More>>|
|May 18, 2023 - The Tour of the Western Pacific Railroad Museum and Quincy Railroad: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Trip Information -- The Second Railway and Locomotive Historical Society/Southern Pacific History Centre/National Railway Historical Society event of the 2023 joint conference. Buses will load at... Read More>>|
|May 17, 2023 - The Tour of the Nevada State Railroad Museum and Virginia & Truckee Railroad: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Trip information - The First Railway and Locomotive Historical Society/Southern Pacific History Centre/National Railway Historical Society event of the 2023 joint conference. This... Read More>>|
|May 15-16, 2023 - The Trip to Sparks, Nevada: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The purpose of trip is to attend the joint conference with the Southern Pacific History Center, the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society and the National Railway Historical Society which was being held at the Nugget Hotel and... Read More>>|
|May 7, 2023 - Cass Scenic's 60th Anniversary Rail Heritage Photography Weekend Part 2: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. We drove down the mountain to Cass for the last time and joined the others at the depot. There we organized a photo line and soon Day 2 of the event commenced... Read More>>|
|May 6, 2023 - Trains, Trucks and Teslas: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. When the Southern California Railway Museum (formerly Orange Empire Railway Museum) in Perris, California, announced its Antique Truck Show on May 6, 2023, I decided that it would be a good place for a Tesla Road Trip from our home in Placentia, Orange County, California. Even though I have... Read More>>|
|May 5, 2023 - Cass Scenic's 60th Anniversary Rail Heritage Photography Weekend Part 1: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. American Log Loader and Skeleton Log Car 25 former Meadow River B-1 was built by American Hoist & Derrick Company in St. Paul for Elk River Coal & Lumber Company. The... Read More>>|
|May 5, 2023 - To Cass Scenic Railway and the Shop Tour: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The City of Philippi was the site of the first land battle of the Civil War on June 3, 1861. Built in 1852, the Philippi covered bridge was heavily utilized by both armies during the Civil War. During the... Read More>>|
|May 4, 2023 - A Visit to West Virginia: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Chesapeake and Ohio Covington station was built in 1891. Established in 1958, the Allegheny Historical Society preserves the history of the Allegheny Highlands region, but the building itself plays a role in the historic story. The society is... Read More>>|
|May 3, 2023 - Stations, Virginia Museum of Transportation and C&O Heritage Museum: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Cheasapeake and Ohio station in Crozet was built in 1923. This is not an active Amtrak station and the Cardinal does not stop to receive passengers at this location. Nevertheless, because of... Read More>>|
|May 7, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #57: Oregon & Empire Builder (PART 1 OF 2): Join the Midwest Rail Rangers for a two-part show about trains in Oregon and for a ride on Amtrak's Empire Builder. In this episode, we will visit a historic Southern Pacific steam engine located about... Click Here To View>>|
|May 02, 2023 - Maryland and Virginia Stations: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Pennsylvania Railroad Aberdeen station built in 1940. Baltimore and Ohio Aberdeen station built in 1885. Cheasepeake and Ohio caboose 90512 built by the railroad in 1929. Baltimore and Ohio RDC. Buffalo Creek &... Read More>>|
|May 01, 2023 - Princeton Junction, New Jersey Transit River Line and Other Locations: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Princeton Junction station is eponymously in Princeton Junction, New Jersey, located in West Windsor Township. It serves New Jersey Transit and Amtrak on the Northeast Corridor, as well as... Read More>>|
|Apr 30, 2023 - Electric City Trolley Museum and Stations: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Electric City Trolley Museum is a collaborative effort among many different partners. Working together, they have created a premier electric railway museum in Scranton. Back in 1887 Scranton was the first city in... Read More>>|
|Apr 29, 2023 - A Visit to Steamtown and Other Items: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Reading Railroad Tremont station built in 1924. Mine Hill and Schuylkill Haven Railroad Branch Dale station, Reading Railroad Minersville station built in 1913. Central of New Jersey 0-6-0 113 built by... Read More>>|
|Apr 28, 2023 - Peter Lerro Photo Charter East Broad Top Day 2: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. ...the train came into the station and the participants boarded two of the four coaches. We travelled over new trackage in the yard to the new coaling facility then detrained, using our umbrellas today as it was raining... Read More>>|
|Apr 27, 2023 - Peter Lerro Photography Charter East Broad Top Day 1: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Operating from 1871 to 1956, it is one of the nation's oldest and best-preserved narrow-gauge railroads and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964. The railroad is now preserved for use as a... Read More>>|
|Apr 25, 2023 - Maryland and Pennsylvania Stations: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. My wife and I learned of the Cass Scenic Railway's Rail Heritage Weekend to celebrate their 60th Anniversary and signed up for the event. Later, we received Peter Lerro's e-mail newsletter announcing a... Read More>>|
|April 2023 - Trains of Del Mar, California: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. Each year, for 40 years, my wife and I have spent a week around Easter at Wave Crest Resort next to Seagrove Park in Del Mar, California. During the week I like to photograph North County Transit District Coaster commuter trains, Amtrak Surfliner passenger service and BNSF Railway freight trains that... Read More>>|
|Slideshow Presented at Winterail 2022: A Year Of Trains In The Life Of Chris Guenzler - 2022... Read More>>|
|Apr 2, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #56: Sandia Peak Tramway, New Mexico: Join Midwest Rail Rangers President Robert Tabern for a ride on the Sandia Peak Tram in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It stretches from the northeast edge of the city to Sandia Peak on the ridge line of the Sandia Mountains and... Click Here To View>>|
|Mar 23, 2023 - Peter Lerro Photo Charter With Southern Pacific 18 at Laws Railroad Museum: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Southern Pacific 18 was originally built in 1911 for the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway and was sold to Southern Pacific in 1926. Number 18 worked the rest of its career on the... Read More>>|
|Mar 19-22, 2023 - The trip to Laws: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Santa Maria Valley Number 205, a recently-restored 2-6-2 that had not steamed in 71 years, will make its photographer's train debut in a Trains Magazine-sponsored event at the Albany & Eastern on March 18, 2022... Read More>>|
|Mar 17-18, 2023 - Railfan and Railroad Magazine Pizza Party and Slide Show and Winterail: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I arrived at the Days Inn in Corvallis and checked in. I realized that the memory stick that I was going to use to put my Friday night show on did not have enough space so I went to Office Max and bought a 32 gigabyte memory stick which... Read More>>|
|Mar 16-17, 2023 - Pre-Winterail Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Yaquina Pacific Railroad Historical Society is an Oregon 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 1992 for preserving and interpreting Lincoln County's railroad history, with a focus in making artifacts and information accessible to... Read More>>|
|Mar 12-15, 2023 - Pre-Winterail Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. This trip's purpose was to attend Winterail 2023 via finishing visiting the covered bridges in Oregon, the Oregon Coast Historic Railway in Coos Bay and the next day, visiting Yaquina Pacific Railroad Museum in Toledo. We hoped to find... Read More>>|
|Mar 17, 2023 - ALL ABOARD: The Romance of California's Railroads: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. A Showcase of Artwork from the Hilbert Museum of California Art of Chapman University At Hilbert Temporary Museum, 216 E. Chapman Avenue, Orange, California, through May 6, 2023. The Museum posted the promotion above which I saw in a local paper. Rail friends Don Roe, Gary Hess and I decided to make an outing to the Hilbert Museum to see this excellent show plus have lunch afterwards. We met at the opening hour on March 17, 2023. I gave my business card to... Read More>>|
|Mar 5, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #55: North Shore Scenic Railroad / Full-length dome "Sky View": On our fourth visit to the North Shore Scenic Railroad and the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, we will ride their full-length dome car "Sky View". This car was built for... Click Here To View>>|
|Feb 5, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #54: Quincy Mine, Michigan: Join the Midwest Rail Rangers for a ride on the Quincy Mine Cog Railroad. A major historical and tourist landmark in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Upper Michigan is the Quincy Mine outside of Hancock, which produced... Click Here To View>>|
|Jan 24-25, 2023 - The Drive from Valdosta, Georgia to Greenwood, South Carolina and the Trip Home : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The origins of the Georgia and Florida Railroad date back to 1906, when a former president of the Seaboard Air Line Railway developed the company for purchasing, building and... Read More>>|
|Jan 23, 2023 - Driving Day Clewiston, Florida to Valdosta, Georgia : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I awoke at the Holiday Inn in Clewiston, had the hotel's breakfast and saw Bart and Sarah Jennings there. Following our Internet duties, we left with Elizabeth driving west out of Clewiston. She... Read More>>|
|Jan 22, 2023 - U.S. Sugar Clewiston to Fort Pierce Route : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. We left Clewiston by moving forward then reversing to reach the mainline before heading east toward Fort Pierce. Once we reached the junction at Keela and took the switch, I and the majority of the other riders, were on new... Read More>>|
|Jan 21, 2023 - U.S Sugar Clewiston to Sebring Route with Diesels : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. We were at the back of the line to board so had to ride in the "Lake Okeechobee" coach today. At 7:30, after the safety meeting, we were allowed to board. The train left at 8:00 AM heading towards Sebring and... Read More>>|
|Jan 20, 2023 - U.S. Sugar 148 Steam Charter Clewiston to Okeelanta Route : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. U.S. Sugar Corporation is a privately-owned agricultural business based in Clewiston, Florida. The company farms over 230,000 acres of land in the counties of Hendry, Glades and Palm Beach. It is the... Read More>>|
|Jan 19, 2023 - Driving From Fort Pierce to Clewiston, Florida : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Florida East Coast Vero Beach station built in 1903, enlarged and remodelled in 1916 and 1936. Prior to the station, the railroad stop was known as mile marker 350. Until a series of train terminations in the 1950's and... Read More>>|
|Jan 18, 2023 - Orlando's Leu Gardens and the Driving Trip to Fort Pierce, Florida : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Harry P. Leu Gardens are semi-tropical and tropical gardens in Orlando. The gardens contain nearly 50 acres of landscaped grounds and lakes, with trails shaded by 200-year-old oaks and forests of... Read More>>|
|Jan 16, 2023 - Driving Day to Kissimmee, Florida and Riding the TECO Streetcar : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. In their heyday, Tampa's streetcars whisked passengers to and from Ybor City, Ballast Point, Hyde Park, Sulphur Springs and points beyond. Operated by uniformed conductors, the... Read More>>|
|Jan 16, 2023 - Driving Day to Zephyrhills, Florida : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Seaboard Airline Line station Williston station was built in 1920 which is now used by a real estate agent. Elizabeth consulted the Surviving Steam Locomotives printout for Florida and found there were some steam engines in Williston so she... Read More>>|
|Jan 15, 2023 - The Journey From North Charleston to Jacksonville featuring Georgia State Railroad Museum : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Georgia State RR Museum is located at the former Central of Georgia RR Savannah Repair Shops. The Central of Georgia Rail Road & Canal Company was chartered by... Read More>>|
|Jan 14, 2023 - A Day of Stations From Salisbury, North Carolina to Magnolia, South Carolina : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Winston-Salem Southbound station in Albemarle, was built circa 1910. The Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Company operates 87 miles of track from Winston-Salem through... Read More>>|
|Jan 13, 2023 - Dinner at the Aberdeen, Carolina and Western Shop : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Southern Railway station was built in 1908. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975, but was nearly demolished until it was bought by the Historic Salisbury Foundation in... Read More>>|
|Jan 13, 2023 - Railroad Passenger Car Alliance Conference at the North Carolina Transportation Museum : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Around 1902, the Southern Development Company began building a new subdivision, Fulton Heights, located a mile south of Salisbury. J. M. Maupin, William Murdoch Wiley and... Read More>>|
|Jan 11-12, 2023 - To Charlotte and Railroad Passenger Car Alliance Conference at North Carolina Transportation Museum : Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I bought our tickets for the three-day Bart Jennings' rare mileage charter on the U.S. Sugar Railroad when they went on sale in October. We then... Read More>>|
|Jan 16, 2023 - Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Birthday Trip: Text by Carl Morrison, Photos by Carl & Matthew Morrison. Fullerton, California, round trip to Santa Barbara. Cruise along tracks that parallel the Pacific Coast, taking in iconic scenery, from sparkling beaches and coastal bluffs to lush farmland and rolling hills... Read More>>|
|Oct 3, 2022 - All Aboard The Auto-Train and Strasburg Railroad: by Jack M. Turner. We arrived at the Sanford AutoTrain terminal as servicing of our train was completed. Train # 53 had arrived close to schedule and would welcome a large crowd which soon filled its large waiting room almost to capacity. We were entertained by the passage of two or... Read More>>|
|Jan 1, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #53: North Shore Scenic Railroad Two Harbors: Join the Midwest Rail Rangers for one of the longest tourist railroad rides in the Midwest... as we ride from Duluth, Minnesota to Two Harbors, Minnesota on the North Shore Scenic Railroad. Of course we have a seat reserved... Click Here To View>>|
|Dec 19-20, 2022 - Amtrak Coast Starlight, Vancouver-WA to Los Angeles-CA : Report & Photos by Steve Grande. Travel in a Bedroom (Deluxe Room) in a Superliner Sleeping Car. Includes photos of scenery as well as photos and review of meals in the Dining Car. My first travel on the Amtrak Coast Starlight since 2008 and first real rail travelogue since 2010... Read More>>|
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