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Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Sues Portland Rail Museum Over Investment In Steam Locomotive

The Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad is suing a Portland nonprofit railroad company and museum over Sandy River’s more than $144,000 investment and what it claims was wrongful termination of a 15-year contract.

Trolley Car Diner In Mount Airy To Close; Owner Cites New Competition

The end of the line is near for the Trolley Car Diner, which lights up the big bend in Germantown Avenue just below Cresheim Valley Drive, where Mount Airy and Chestnut Hill meet.

Guelph Train Enthusiast Concerned For Locomotive's Future

There's a lot cheaper ways to do it, says Guelph Historical Train Society of $650,000 price tag to relocate locomotive 6167

1930s Carriage Returns To The North Yorkshire Moors Railway Two Years After Being Vandalised

A 1930s coach wrecked by vandals returns to Yorkshire

All Aboard: Experience Fall Colors On These Historic Trains In Michigan

Hey, It's still summer right? Across Michigan, fall color tours on historic trains are offering an increasingly popular way to catch a glimpse of the state's dazzling display of changing leaves, while giving passengers an opportunity to experience what it was like to ride the rails.

Webb City Streetcar Sports New Engine-Other Upgradess

Webb City streetcar rolls on with support from Wattco

Trolley Museum Showcases Finished Fairgrounds Project

Nice article about the newly rebuilt Fairgrounds Trolley Platform

St. Lawrence Parks Commission To Divest Train

The historic Grand Trunk Railroad train located at Crysler Park will soon be heading to a new home. Today (July 22nd) the St. Lawrence Parks Commission announced its intention to divest the locomotive and two railway cars at the park.

Steam Trains Could Be Forced Off The Tracks By New Tougher Safety Rules, Heritage Railway Boss Warns

Heritage railway companies have been ordered to place bars over the drop-down windows of their 1950s-built Mark I former British Rail carriages to prevent excited passengers leaning out to take photographs while trains are moving