US Army mikado #195, built in 1943 by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Originally intended for export to India, it was one of eleven steam engines that Baldwin converted to the three-foot gauge used by the White Pass and Yukon Route.


Akh said...

thats amazing!!
really cool stuff!

Akh said...

i just posted and then checked out the other pictures,
very awesome!!

Anonymous said...

I'm impressed. Very evocative images- I like your titles and comments, but almost can't help wanting to suggest titles and captions of my own. This should of course be left to the artist, but it might be fun to invite the other bloggers to make suggestions.
Keep it up, and I'll keep checking in. Good luck this winter walking around with your camera.


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