||Welcome to 3D Train Stuff,
we are a leading international developer of high quality train simulator
add-ons for Microsoft® Train Simulator.
||Digital art for the pc
the heart of Dixie
||Select Train Simulators in the Category drop down and have
fun. You may need to register first.
Pacific Steam Locos
||This collection of Steam Locomotives
and steam era coaches has been produced as a donationware package to benefit
steam preservation in Canada.
||WELCOME TO DEKOSOFT TRAINS. We take pride in bringing you
quality virtual models and accessories for Microsoft Train Simulator.
||The creators of Demex and Jumper have
joined forces to bring you the best in complete routes, tools, and add-ons
for Microsoft® Train Simulator.
||Pacific Surfliner v1.0 features over
120 miles of mainline track,
from downtown San Diego to Los Angeles, CA.
Mobile & Ohio Simulations
||Developing train simulations since 2001,
the very beginning. of MSTS
In The World
||We've turned our famous Sky! Conductor
skies for Microsoft Train Simulator into an easy to use plug-in for the
new Kosmos environment utility by Jeff Bush. Route Control and more.
||Founded in 2001, and now headquartered
in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Maple Leaf Tracks Inc. is a small organization
which strives to provide our customers with top quality products and customer
service. Please feel free to browse our product offerings, and do not hesitate
to contact us if you have an inquiry.
||Transparent driver aid, tutorial on camera angles and head
||Some musings on the strange graphics
formats used in Trainsim, TGATool2 (A Tool for the viewing, converting and
editing of Targa and Ace Textures) and more.
||Route-Riter v6 is a suite of over 110 utilities for performing
various actions on sections of the Microsoft Train Simulator program.
||Great Aussie ad-ons for Microsoft's Train
||German/English train sim site.
Krug's Train Computer
||Al Krug's program for computing
draw bar pull, speed, horsepower requirements, etc.
||Richard Leonard presents
images of the Union Pacific Railroad's famous "Big Boy" 4-8-8-4
articulated locomotives, along with the well-known "Challenger"
||This website is a collection
of railroad photos I have taken over the years, ranging from my start around
1998 to the present. Most of the photos I have taken are from the San Francisco
Bay Area and Northern California.
||A history of the Catskill
Mountains including several interesting railroad items
& Illinois Midland
||Richard Leonard provides images
scanned from a 48-page publicity booklet issued by the Chicago & Illinois
Midland Railway. The booklet includes only four pages of text, with a brief
survey of the railroad's history.
||In 1942 the Chicago
& North Western Railway published a 20-page booklet entitled A Brief
History of the Chicago and North Western Line.
||Welcome to Dan's Depot! This site covers
railroading in the San Francisco Bay Area and San Luis Obispo, CA, with
an emphasis on the ex-Southern Pacific Coast Line. There is a photo gallery,
railfanning information page, a large gallery of train drawings, and more!
||Denver Rails is a website dedicated to
capturing images of the railroads of Denver and the West. In addition, I
have compiled a database of railroad things to ride, see, and visit throughout
Flags Web Site
||Fallen Flags and Other Railroad Photos
by George Elwood including contributions by others
East Coast Railway
||In my opinion a beautifully done web
site providing information about this railroad.
||Welcome to a collection of hopefully-interesting
facts and fables dedicated to the PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE of the passenger
trains and railroads in Florida.
||Photos by Richard Leonard - Bloomington's
major railroad was the Gulf, Mobile & Ohio's former Alton Route, featuring
the shops and yards, the junction with the line to Kansas City via Jacksonville,
and the fast Chicago-St. Louis passenger trains such as the Ann Rutledge,
Abraham Lincoln and Alton Limited.
to RailFan Sites
||A comprehensive listing of links to railfan
sites and more
to Railroad History
||Links to Railroad History Resources in
the United States provided by the University of Connecticut.
||Streaming train cams in Iowa and other
||The Nevada Northern Railway Museum is
dedicated to the restor
ation, preservation, interpretation and operation of the Nevada Northern
Railway historic facilities, yards, and rail collection. This evolving museum
gives people the opportunity to experience a world class historic working
||This is a collection of New York Central
System locomotive photos. The steam photos belonged to my father, the Rev.
Dr. Richard D. Leonard.
||Very informative site with comprehensive
on signaling and train operations in the US.
||North East Rails contains over 10,000
rail photos, with focus on
Pennsylvania and the North East
- Winston-Salem District
||Norfolk Southern's Winston-Salem District
is one of the most scenic lines in the Southeastern United States. It runs
124 miles from Roanoke, Virginia to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The line
handles Coal, Grain, and Auto traffic.
||A collection or operator manuals for
Alco, EMD, Baldwin, GE, Lima, etc.
||Welcome To NeFR. A source of Northeastern
Pennsylvania are railroading info, photos, and other items of interest.
The site doesn't just focus on Pa, you will also find lots of drawings,
clipart and links to many world wide railroading websites.
||Over 10 railcams which are located along
some of the nation's busiest rail lines and train stations.
||This section of the website will aid
you in finding some of the places I have taken photos and observed trains
along the Coast Line (and surrounding areas).
||Railfan, railfan - where do you go to
see those elusive trains?
Here are over 2,400 fun and, hopefully, productive places to watch trains.
The emphasis is on "fun," as the objective for most railfans is
to enjoy themselves.
Stanley County, NC
||There are three railroads in Stanly County:
A major class I, an historic short line, and a fairly new short line, which
really isn't new at all.
Tours - Frograil.com
|| With the dedicated help of many contributors,
Frograil has begun to compile a series of "tours" that a vacationing
or visiting railfan can take. These are just what the heading implies: You
can print out the tour, start at point A, and get all the way to point B,
even if you've never visited the area in your life.
||Railfan USA is one of the largest railfan
sites in PA and hosts one of the largest personal photo collections online.
||At RailPictures.net, we strive to offer
rail photographers a streamlined, efficient, and easy-to-use online database
in which to display their photos, free of charge.
||Over 5,000 railroad links. Hop on board
at the Information Train Station and travel to train sites around the world.
||Fine art and historic railroad photography
||Links to scanners and a chat room
Maps 1828 - 1900
||Railroad maps from the Library of Congress.
||This is a listing of American English
railroad songs. If you know of more please send them to me so that I can
add them. Songs must have some kind of reference to railroads,a railroad
or railroad equipment in the lyrics.
That Went to Sea
||The story of the Florida East Coast Key
West Extension including photos
||Nice site with a large selection of T-shirts,
mugs, mousepads and more.
Pennsy Home Page
||A comprehensive collection of documents
and photos about the Pennsylvania Railroad.
||Welcome to Schrader's Railroad Catalog,
"the finest in gifts for railroad enthusiasts".
||History, graphics, models and more.
Carolina RR Museum
||Come spend an afternoon at the South
Carolina Railroad Museum. Come see freight cars, passenger cars, and even
a real steam engine on display.
||The photos on this web site are an invaluable
part of the research that is Prototype Modeling.
||Most of the photos in my archive are
organized by railroad line, each railroad on its own page. (Links are always
visible in the left frame.) There are also pages for miscellaneous railroads,
some interesting non-steam items, the 1933 Century of Progress Exhibition,
and some railroadiana
||How'd the do that? - Steam Locomotive
||How'd the do that? - Why Are the Main
Driver Counterbalances Not Symmetrical?
||How'd the do that? - Steam Locomotive
Loco Firing Course
||Ever wonder how to fire a steam loco?
Take the course designed by the Education Department of the State of New
York in 1944
Loco Pressure Diagram
||How'd the do that? - Steam Engine Pressure-Volume
Loco Walschaert Gear
||How'd they do that? - Steam Locomotive
Walschaert Valve Gear Animation
Loco Walschaert Desc
||How'd they do that? - Steam Locomotive
Walschaert Valve Gear Explaination
From the Krug
||Real world photo essays from the fertile
mind and work notes of Al Krug.
||Welcome to Toltec Images. Thanks for visiting our site!
We feature high quality items imprinted with images you select from our
||Trainorders.com operates two remote RailCams
in California that only activate when a train is within range.
||Railroad and train collectibles.
|UK Preserved Steam Pics
||Welcome to Steampics, my collection of photographs of preserved