"Drivers". #90 sits at Strasburg Station awaiting passengers.
In pure imitation of her narrow gauge Rio Grande steam sisters, SRC #90 moves right through the deep snow banks within Groundhog Cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. A Colorado steam locomotive... (more)
Is it too early to be dreaming of winter snow? SRC #90 barks up a storm as she departs Leaman Place junction along Long Curve just outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania. Snow brought to you by Winter ... (more)
N&W 475 leads the late afternoon train back to station
The Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS's FP7 No. 903 leads No. 902 from the Reading Company Technical and Historical Society over the rails of the Strasubrg Rail Road towards the depot on an excursi... (more)
Reading FP7's, #903 from the Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS's and #902 from the Reading Company Technical and Historical Society arrive at the Strasburg Rail Road wrapping up the first leg of a ... (more)
The Philadelphia Chapter of the NRHS's #903 and Reading Company Technical and Historical Society's #902 lead an excursion from Philadelphia through "Cherry Hill" at the Strasburg Rail Road back in... (more)
"The Power of Steam": Engineer Dave Domitrovich has SRC #90 moving right on time as she crests the grade at Esbenshade Road in Lancaster county, just outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. ... (more)
SRC #90 with all 210 lbs of steam pulls her 9 car train past the Pumpkinville Turnpike as she stomps along the Road to Paradise en-route to East Strasburg Station.
Family day at the museum.
Blackjack on display.
Strasburg's 90 get set for the day"s excursions.
Old Rivets ID tag.
Strasburg Rail Road along with the Norfolk and Western Historical Society presented 475 as part of a night shoot on a steamy Summer evening. The 4-8-0 locomotive was built in 1906 by the Baldwin L... (more)
Fallen Flag Reflections: Conrail GP30 #2233 casts its reflection off of the Pennsylvania Railroad's famous GG1, giving a kind of eerie look at how some railroads fall to changing times.