The Leviathan operating on the Central Pacific railroad.
The Locomotive is crossing a bridge On August 14th, 2011.
The Locomotive drifts back down the grade.
The Leviathan sits on display at Painesville, Ohio.
The locomotive is at the Galesburg Railroad Museum.
The Leviathan is at the Illinois Railway Museum.
Leviathan operating at the 2009 Train Festival.
The locomotive is at the 2011 Rock Island Train Festival.
The locomotive is at Train Expo 2014 with all the other 7 steam locomotives.
The Leviathan is at Day out with Thomas at the Illinois Railway Museum. (right corner)
The Leviathan is hauling the regular train of the Illinois Railway Museum.
The Leviathan is hauling the regular train at the Steam into History railroad.
The Leviathan is hauling the museum train at the North Carolina Transportation Museum.
The Leviathan is hauling a caboose.
The Leviathan #63 pulls BNSF #8232 a GE ES44C4 diesel Locomotive.
The Leviathan with Burlington Northern No. 9908 an E9.
The Leviathan with Canadian Pacific No. 1293.
The Leviathan and Northern Central Railway No. 17 'York'.
The Leviathan with Lorain & West Virginia No. 101 an EMD E-8A.
The Leviathan and Lehigh Valley Coal Co. No. 126.
The Leviathan with Amtrak No. 48.
The Leviathan with a coach.
The Leviathan is going through downtown Noblesville, IN.
The Leviathan is doubleheading with Lehigh Valley Coal Co. No. 126.
The Leviathan is doubleheading with Little River Railroad No. 110.
The Leviathan and the York are pretending to do the Transcontinental Railroad.
The Leviathan and Flagg Coal Company No. 75 on a turntable.
The locomotive is taking on water.
Leviathan engine Front view.
The locomotive arrives at the Illinois Railway Museum while loaded on a truck.
The Locomotive sits next to a truck.
The Leviathan is going for a spin on the turn table at the Age of Steam Roundhouse.
The Leviathan is at the Star Barn Estates.
The locomotive arrives in the IRM station.
The locomotive chugs through the country.
The Leviathan passing old houses.
The locomotive is passing a replica of the Lincoln Funeral Car (The Car was made by David Kloke the same guy who made the Leviathan).
The locomotive is going to couple to a 1926 Canadian National day coach dressed up in Adirondack Railroad paint.