The PRR Heritage Unit is running long-hood forward, leaving Strasburg after a weekend on display at the RR Museum of PA. In the background is the 1880-built PRR freight station.
Strasburg's SW8 No. 8618 awaits a tow from No. 90, which is returning from placing three empties at the NS interchange. The 8618 had hauled the cars down from Strasburg, but stopped loading when ... (more)
Catching the last rays of the low winter sun, the Strasburg's No. 90 backs three freight cars toward the NS interchange on a pleasant late afternoon in December. Temperatures topped out at 59 deg... (more)
What's now Amtrak's Metroliner Conference Car No. 9800 is seen here in its operating days rocketing past the half-hour Strasburg steam train power of the mid/late 80s. It was built by Budd as sna... (more)
Former Canadian National 'Mogul' #89 runs around her train at Leaman Place Junction in preparation for the return trip to East Strasburg. Shot from the deck of the open air car.
Former Canadian National 'Mogul' #89 heads west towards East Strasburg Depot with the 1:00pm excursion, seen here departing from the end of the line at Leaman Place Junction.
This was unexpected. While riding the 12pm excursion on the Strasburg Railroad, we met a light engine move on Amtrak's Keystone Corridor while the steam locomotive was running around our train. Th... (more)
Little, Old and Slow #10 heading back to Strasburg after a brief stop at Leaman Place Jct. with the 12pm excursion.
Strasburg Rail Road's Ex-N&W M Class #475 chugs through the rolling hills and fields of Lancaster county pulling the four o'clock train back to East Strasburg Station on a sunny August day.
Amtrak's Phase III Heritage Unit #145 on the point of Eastbound Pennsylvanian 42.
With her PRR 'Banshee' whistle sounding, former Canadian National 2-6-0 'Mogul' #89 pounds up the grade out of Leaman Place with the 11:30am excursion.
Headed to Lancaster for the holiday train, the 1223, now retired at Strasburg, makes a fine sight with her train. PRR Class D16sb.