History is at risk of fading away

Our mission is to save it for the next generation.

For over 20 years, railroad contractor Next Generation Rail Services has provided dedicated restoration, preservation and operations services for railroad preservation and steam locomotive repair efforts throughout the country. Our academic approach, respect for the best standards and practices, and passion for our industrial heritage inform every decision we make.

Whether an initial inspection, display stabilization, development of a mechanical or operational training program or a complete restoration, Next Generation Rail Services can handle any task for your community, tourist railroad, museum or project.

Jason Sobczynski,
Next Generation Rail Services

HISTORIC PRESERVATION

We’re experienced in preserving, rehabilitating and restoring passenger cars, steam and diesel locomotives, historic structures, turntables and much more.

STEAM LOCOMOTIVE REPAIR

Our experience in running gear, tramming, boilermaking, pipefitting, engineering, machining, welding, fabrication and training has powered over a dozen steam locomotives on variety of museums and across mainlines everywhere.

EQUIPMENT RELOCATION

We’re experienced in preserving, rehabilitating and restoring passenger cars, steam and diesel locomotives, historic structures, turntables and much more.

REMEDIATION COORDINATION

Our experience in running gear, tramming, boilermaking, pipefitting, engineering, machining, welding, fabrication and training has powered over a dozen steam locomotives on variety of museums and across mainlines everywhere.

CLIENT LIST

Southeastern Railway Museum, Duluth, Georgia
Henry Ford/Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan
Coastal Heritage Society Preservation
Kershaw Manufacturing
Kettle Moraine Scenic Railroad
Skagway, Arkansas
City of Gainesville, Georgia
Grand Canyon Railway
Midcontinent Railway
New Hope & Ivyland
Steamtown National Historic Site
Tennessee Valley Railroad
Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society
Midwest Railway Preservation Society
Nashville Steam
Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp.

4 days ago

The bearings of the locomotive are in such phenomenal shape, the engine rolled several in into the wheel chocks as the weight came down off the ... See more

4 days ago
Nashville Steam

Hey, who is that messing up the shot? How fun it is top be a part of this!

No. 576 eases off the crossing to make room for the tender unload in the morning. Another productive today thanks to Mammoet!

Consider making a donation at the link below so the Stripe can move ... See more

6 days ago
Nashville Steam

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We’ve arrived! Thank you to all of the utility workers, Metro Police, and Metro Parks Police for their assistance in making today’s move so efficient. We had to leave earlier than expected but ... See more

6 days ago

What does 6:30 smell like? Well some days.....

Nashville Steam

1 week ago

Making Mammoth moves, Mammoet has the tender for Nashville Steam 's 576 readied for loading.

Who here knew that Mammoet (pronounced Mam-moot) is Deutch for Mammoth?

1 week ago

Nashville Steam 's Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis 576 first move aboard the Goldfhofer. It is such a treat to watch the folks with Mammoet do their thing!

The future is underway...

1 week ago
Nashville Steam

The process begins! Over the past two days Mammoet has been setting up their equipment and building temporary track so No. 576 can be pulled from the shelter to be loaded onto the trailers. Check ... See more

1 week ago

Great things lay ahead for the 576 and Nashville Steam.

Incidentally, it's a pleasure to watch the fine folks with Mammoet work, like the motion of a clock!

#stripehype

1 week ago
Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp.

The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation has had another busy week. We have accepted the donation of a 50 HP stationary steam boiler used by Air-Lee Cleaners of Roanoke, Virginia. The boiler was used ... See more

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