Coldwater, MI, to Quincy, MI, Stream Trip - September 2, 2012.

The Little River Railroad operates out of Coldwater, MI. On the particular trip described below there were two engines, a Pacific type 4-6-2, number 110, custom built in 1911, and a tank type 0-4-0T, of unknown origin, but apparently a combination of different engines.

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Coldwater station

Coldwater station - east end.

Coldwater station - west end.

Coldwater station - track side.

Coldwater station - NW corner roofline detail.

Coldwater station - track side.

Coldwater station - track side.

Coldwater station - track crew hand cart.

Freight station - now a restaurant.

Tour train engines.

Engines arriving from the east.

Engines arrived.

Engines.

Saddleback engine.

Hooked up, changing tracks.

Pulling up for passenger loading.

Pulling up for passenger loading.

Saddleback engine.

Engine 110.

Engine 110.

Engine 110 - air compressors.

Engine 110 - air compressors.

Saddleback engine 1.

Engine 110.

Side track - switching engine from front to back of tranck for return trip.

Side track.

Switching engine ends.

Switching engine ends.

Switching engine ends.

Switching engine ends.

Switching engine ends.

Leaving Quincy, MI, return trip.

Restoring the engines.

Engine 110

Engine 110

Engine 110

Engine 110

Engine 1

Engine 1

Engine 1

Engine 1

Train and cars.

View from end of train

Interior of coach, built in 1908.

Snack car.

Interior of snack car.

Historical engine photographs.