Literally one day after her last day of operation, 58 is seen here in the back shop with her smokebox cover and tender removed to prepare for a mandatory 15 year FRA overhaul. It is hard to believ... (more)
Literally one day after her last day of operation, 58 is seen here with her smokebox cover removed to prepare for a mandatory 15 year FRA overhaul. The cover is seen at right with the headlight si... (more)
Destination: Greenbank. Fireman Steve Jensen Jr. leans out of the cab for a clearer view of the yard entrance ahead, as the Wilmington & Western 4-4-0 #98 withdraws its passenger consist fr... (more)
Locomotives 98 and 58 burst to life in Marshallton Yard to help get some drafts through the fires.
Like Father Like Son! Chief Mechanical Officer Steve Jensen and his son Steven Jensen Jr. Prepare locomotive 58 to run during the annual W&W Pufferbelly day.
\W&W 915 switches out Marshallton Yard on a chilly day after some April showers.
Brakeman Jensen throws a switch to align locomotive 915 for onto the main. 915 will then be positioned to pick up the line of cars in the distance. Photo taken with permission.
Engine 915 and her crew execute a rare freight move in Marshallton Yard.
Caboose C149 basks in the head lamp of Engine 915 during a special night photo shoot for the NRHS.
After 2 years of being painted in a white primer. Engine 915 finally gets a fresh coat of blue. The painters put the final touchs on the front handrail before they call it a day. All that remains ... (more)
Steam, Snow and Sunlight. The early morning sun highlights the steamy departure of the Wilmington & Western Railroad's Locomotive 98 from the Marshallton Shops. America's only standard ga... (more)
W&W Locomotive #915 waits for clearance into CSX Wilsmere Yard as a mainline Manifest passes on the adjacent main. She will pass through Wilsmere and enter the Wilmington & Northern Branch of East... (more)
The human element in railroading was never more prominent than during the era of steam power. By their nature, steam engines not only required a high level of skill and physical labor to ... (more)
Time to saddle up. The fire has been cleaned and a fresh layer of coal now glows cherry red in the firebox. The boiler pressure reads 185 psi and all of the grease fittings and oil cups ha... (more)
About time the steamer got some lights. Too bad its only temporary. And the Doodlebug in there just sets it off.