Northern Central Railway's 4-4-0 "York" southbound through a small cut at Glen Rock.
Northern Central Railway's 4-4-0 "York" prepares to depart from the town of Glen Rock, PA. To the right, behind the locomotive is the Glen Rock Mill Inn which was built way back in 1839,... (more)
In the dark of night, a group of Union soldiers from the Civil War flag down Steam Into History's "York" with an alert. Seems a small white dog with glasses named Mr. Peabody and his friend, Sher... (more)
Northern Central Railway No. 17 "York" captured in a pan at 1/15th bound for New Freedom, PA. These high-drivered 4-4-0 locomotives were actually capable of great speeds. Speeds today... (more)
Steam Into History's 4-4-0 "York" No. 17 departs Glen Rock, PA bound for New Freedom, PA. Earlier - last century - trains were able to continue south all the way to Baltimore, MD but a ... (more)
Steam Into History's "York" No. 17 at Glen Rock
Disregard the modern street signs and the out of place Wrigley's ad and you can venture back to the American Civil War as a night passenger run rolls into Glen Rock, PA to pick up a few passengers... (more)
Union troops give Northern Central No. 17, the York, a wave as it passes the mill at Glen Rock, Pa. This scene was part of Steam Into History's railfan day. Lighting by the photographer and Michae... (more)
The crew of York 17 return the greeting of Union Solders as it passes thru Glen Rock, PA on this night charter specifically run as part of Steam Into History's Rai... (more)
Northern Central's 4-4-0 #17 brings a three car train south on a return trip to New Freedom, PA.
Northern Central Railway's 4-4-0 "The York", built in '13 prepares for departure from the town of Glen Rock, PA. To the right, behind the engine is Railroad: Northern Central RailwayLocomotive: Steam 4-4-0Location: Glen Rock, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: NCRY 17Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: May 24, 2015
The uniform was a little different back then. A Northern Central Railway engine crew takes a brief moment to relax as they await orders from a station agent, to continue their journey south... (more)
Northern Central Railroad #17 "York" crosses a bridge in spring.
This was a fortunate accident. While testing my strobes on Steam Into History's brand new 1860s 4-4-0, York, my front strobe didn't fire. The result left a neatly side lit scene with an interestin... (more)