The "Golden 30 Seconds." As photographers, we live for those critical "colored hours" at the end of the day. The Golden Hour and the Blue Hour are the times when the ma... (more)
Making up time.... A half-century old Norfolk & Western "Mollie" charges northwest through the Virginia countryside with Train 202, the afternoon half of the daily mixed service o... (more)
Norfolk and Western 382 is on the point of a mixed freight train passing Esbenshade Road in Ronks, PA. Strasburg's 475 is dressed as N&W 382 for today's Lerro Productions photo charter.
Norfolk and Western 382 is on the point of a mixed freight train passing Groff's in Ronks, PA under a stormy sky. Strasburg's 475 was used to create NW 382, which was a locomotive used during O Wi... (more)
An ancient Mollie at full gallop. In the last days of steam operation on the Norfolk & Western's Abingdon Branch, a fellow named Joe McNew was the regular Engineer on the daily run to West... (more)
Strasburg Railroad 4-8-0 475 is seen crossing Esbenshade road while masquerading as N&W 382 for a photo charter hosted by Lerro Productions.
The final Father's Day train approaches the patriotically decorated Red Caboose Motel on Paradise Lane as it glides back toward East Strasburg Station.
Returning from Leaman Place Junction after picking up 12 inbound cars dropped off by NS, #89 and SW-8 #8618 work hard up the grade on their way back to Strasburg where the train will be sorted.
Thomas is prepared for service at Strasburg several days ahead of a "Day Out With Thomas" weekend. Long before being modified by Strasburg in 1998, Thomas was once Brooklyn Eastern District Termin... (more)
100 mph pan view of the eastbound "Pennsylvanian"
100 mph pan view of 19-year old No. 92 hustling the "Pennsylvanian" westbound on the high-speed Amtrak Keystone Line. Top track speed is 110 mph on this part of the line, except for some 100-105 ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad G5s Juniata class of 1924 with E7 5901 in background.
Pennsylvania Railroad D16sb class "American" type, Altoona Works class of 1905 and star of the 1969 film; "Hello, Dolly!" (sorry, Barbara Streisand) Ronks, PA June 2016.
Pan view of an ACS-64 shoving her train through the PA Dutch Country, on the way to Harrisburg.