Archive for July, 2009

Comments Off on Train Mountain Railroad Museum – Live Steam Heaven!

Train Mountain Railroad Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of our railroad heritage. It is located in Southern Oregon on over 2000 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest in Klamath County, the home of Crater Lake National Park. Train Mountain currently has 69,900 feet (13¼ miles) of 7½″ gauge mainline track and 133,250 […]

Comments Off on Barden at the Throttle of The Handy Dandy Railroad

Triad Live Steamers’ member, John Barden, is head engineer of The Handy Dandy Railroad at Denton Farm Park. Denton, NC is located in southern Davidson County and is hope to the Annual Southeastern Thresher’s Reunion.  John also owns and operates a Live Steam replica of Tweetsie.         For more, visit: www.Threshers.com!

Comments Off on Extreme Trains – Season 1 on DVD!

This in-depth and informational look at trains of all shapes & sizes is a must-have for any train fan. The series is hosted by real-life Maine train conductor Matt Brown. He’s intense, but fun and has no problem getting his hands dirty in order to become fully involved in the show. This first season looks at […]