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Breakheart Pass Charles Bronson by vintage steam train in snow 8×10 Promotional Photo

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Breakheart Pass Charles Bronson by vintage steam train in snow 8×10 Promotional Photo

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Charles Bronson in Breakheart Pass by vintage steam train in snow 16×20 Canvas

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Charles Bronson in Breakheart Pass by vintage steam train in snow 16×20 Canvas

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Steam Train in the Snow Wall Decor Art Print Poster

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Steam Train in the Snow Wall Decor Art Print Poster

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Steam train beats the snow


62 year old steam loco ‘Clanline’ hauls the Orient Express through a snow swept Purley whilst commuter trains suffer delays and cancellations NAME: Matthew Price LOCATION RECORDED: Purley Station (Surrey)

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PRR Steam at Speed and in the Snow


Some shots of some fast-moving PRR steam engines as well as some shots of K4s in a big snowstorm. From “Memories of Pennsy Steam” by Mark I Video

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Steam In The Snow – Conway Scenic Railroad (HD)


( www.lerroproductions.com ) A photo charter was hosted by Lerro Productions at the Conway scenic railroad during the first days of 2009. I was fortunate enough to be able to make the trip up to New Hampshire and film this rarity; a steam-powered freight train in the snow! Much thanks goes out to Pete Lerro and his crew for making this a memorable and worthwhile event. The cold temperatures were brutal, dropping to around zero during the Night Photo Session with 40 mile an hour gusts. Despite the frigid conditions, a fruitfull weekend was had for all of the photographers/videographers on hand. Hope you enjoy the video.

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Sutherland Steam Railway In The Snow 2010


Hi again all, The small selection of clips which you see here were filmed today (5/1/2010) and show just how badly the snowfalls affected our garden railway. We did manage, (using old wagons as snow-ploughs), to clear the main running line however. Then, once this was done, 1 train could operate on the circuit, clearing the snow as it fell so to speak. The steam locomotive used, No4560, a Bachmann 45XX Small Prairie Tank, performed well running bunker-first around the circuit hauling our 4 LNER Teak Coaches. Various parts of the circuit can be seen. Notable area’s blocked with snow (at least 3 inches deep) were chilvers loop (completely buried!), sutherland yard (in which 3 wagons were frozen solid!) and ashford spur (another wagon buried solid!). 4560 performed very well under the circumstances, especially as snow continued to fall before, during and after filming! As soon as the train was stopped, the snow buried the main line again within minutes. It was that heavy! (And still is here as of now!). Thanks for watching. Comment and rate if you wish. Enjoy!!

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Railroad Wedge Snow Plow and 1889 Steam Locomotive


I thought you’d like a look at this massive wedge snow plow. It was made from a locomotive’s whale back tender, by removing the fuel tank and mounting the plow to the water tank. They filled the water tank with rocks to add weight. Right now, they have it coupled to a vintage Steam Locomotive that was built in 1889. Thanks for watching and commenting, I appreciate it! Background track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:music.incompetech.com MacLeod’s description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis’ Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010 Railroad train engine locomotive snow remover wedge plow steam rail yard Museum of Transportation Snow blower RamblinAround

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