Swanton Pacific Railroad Live Steam 19" gauge
Swanton Pacific Railroad owned by Cal Poly University, featuring Pacifics built by Louis MacDermot for the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, CA. Now residing in Swanton, CA on the former ranch of Al Smith, proprietor of Orchard Supply Hardware.
My SR&RL #24
My 7.5" gage 3.75" scale Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes 2-6-2 "Prairie" type live steam locomotive #24! The loco alone weighs 2,016lbs (dead weight), not including the 200lbs tender (dead weight)!
live steam model train railroad locomotive track 7.5" gauge 1.5" scale Heavenly Hill D&RGW K-27
More live steam videos at: http://www.lezebre.eu/hobby/live%20steam%20track/photo%20gallery%20live%20s team%20track%20001.htm My 260 live steam Little Engine at the Heavenly Hill Top railroad. Track 7.5" gauge 1.5" scale. This is a scenic track with steep hills. The first locomotive in the video is 2.5" scale on 7.5" gauge. It represents a D&RGW K-27 which is a 3' gauge locomotive. If it had a cab on it, that locomotive would look really large compared to the other locomotives in the video.
Firing up and running the Canadian National #6060 4-8-2 live steam locomotive
Featured on the cover of Live Steam Magazine Sept / Oct 2016 issue, Ernie Beskowiney put approximately 7 years and 35,000 hours into the design and construction of this flawless 7.5" gauge live steam locomotive. It is nearly entirely CNC'd out of stainless steel and is slightly larger than 1/8 scale. The operating pressure is 150 PSI and develops about 483lbs of tractive effort. It has pulled a train of 48 people without blinking. Here is Ernie firing up and running the locomotive at the Bitter Creek Western railroad. For more information, see the Sept / Oct 2016 issue of Live Steam Magazine, available from Village Press.