Talyllyn Railway, Wales, UK - Talyllyn Railway locomotive 'Dolgoch' crosses the viaduct after which she is named at the head of the 14.00 Tywyn Wharf-Nant Gwernol service. 0-4-0 'Dolgoch' was built in 1866 by Lowca (Cumbria) firm Fletcher Jennings. The crimson lake livery is temporary because the 2ft 3in gauge locomotive will soon require her 10-year boiler exam. Note the female fireman.
There’s no classier way to see the city than with a whimsical ride on the Queen City’s one and only Cincinnati Dinner Train. Here’s why it should be on anyone’s Cincinnati bucket list… Have you ever been watching an old movie and thought, “Wow. Train travel looked so luxurious back in the day. I wish I could... Continue reading →