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Second Locomotive Buried In [New Zealand] River Bed Has Been Recovered

After initially deeming the recovery unfeasible, the Lumsden Heritage Trust has lifted the second locomotive from its watery bed.

Passaic Is Ready To Move Abandoned Trains To Revitalize The Area.

It appears that the passenger cars, locomotives, freight cars and caboose of the former New York & Greenwood Lake are leaving Passaic for points unknown.

Coal-Fired Tourist Trains Converting To Oil In Durango

The title says it all...

Railroad Company To File For Abandonment Of Former Tennessee Railroad Line

One hundred and thirty years of railroad history in Scott County could soon be over. RJ Corman will inform the federal government next week of its intent to abandon the former Tennessee Railroad line from Oneida in Scott County to Devonia in Anderson County.

Historic Train Hauled From Southland [New Zealand] River

Two 1885 V Class steam class locomotives were dumped in the Oreti River, north of Lumsden, in 1927, and efforts cranked up in earnest today to lift them out.

Serious Proposal May Restore, Revive Central City [Colorado] Railroad

The historic Colorado and Southern Railroad’s 1896 Baldwin Locomotive #71, the tender and baggage car that presently sit at the entrance to the Grand Z Casino and Hotel parking garage, would be moved, restored and eventually put back into service as a tourist railroad.