No. 5 is making a run in 1986.
No. 5 is dumped off A load of gravel off the bridge to reinforce weakened bridge supports.
No. 5 is climbing up a hill.
No. 5 is crossing a bridge.
No. 5 is blowing the mud ring.
No. 5 is hiding behind a passenger car.
No. 5 is approaching a Railroad crossing.
The locomotive's Vanderbilt tender.
the locomotive's boiler view.
the wheels of the locomotive.
the locomotive's whistle.
the locomotive's cowcatcher.
the locomotive's smokestack, and dome.
No. 5 is hauling a special train in the fall of 1997.
No. 5 is hauling the regular train on the Mt. Rainer Scenic RR.
No. 5 is hauling a log train.
the locomotive was running a celebratory excursion for the state of Washington in 1989.
No. 5 with passenger cars.
No. 5 with an Open Air Gondola.
No. 5 with all the MRSR equipment.
No. 5 with Hammond Lumber Co. No. 17.
No. 5 with Northern Pacific No. 1070.
No. 5 with Port of Gray's Harbor No. 10.
No. 5 is hiding in a shed.
No. 5 is coupling to a train.
No. 5 in "I Wanna Be a Train Engineer".
No. 5 in "Awsome Trains" which the footage was also used in "Awesome Trains Part 2".
No. 5 in "The Rock Trains".
No. 5 is doubleheading with Hammond Lumber Co. No. 17.
No. 5 is doubleheading another passenger train with Hammond Lumber Co. No. 17.