Belgian Railways streamlined 4-4-2 No 12.003 has just arrived at Tournai with a train from Brussels. Just six of these unusual locomotives were built by Cockerill and were delivered in 1939. No 12... (more)
Strasburg’s two ex-Pennsylvania Railroad steamers, 4-4-2 7002 and 4-4-0 1223, work together to get a long train of passengers up the hill at Cherry Hill.
A rare Strasburg Rail Road offline move, as the Museum Commission's Pennsy Atlantic pulls a string of cars through York, PA. The occasion was the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address comme... (more)
PRR doubleheaded steam (4-4-2 No. 7002 and 4-4-0 No. 1223) with Blue Mountain as a backdrop. The occasion was the Lancaster Chapter's 50th Anniversary NRHS Convention and a visit to Conrail's wel... (more)
Mike Keim Photo
Mike Keim Photo.
A Pennsy Atlantic on the old Western Maryland- the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, the Strasburg Rail Road, and CSX cooperate to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Ad... (more)
PRR (E6) #460 during her dedication ceremony at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. The "EA" (Eastern Division) & "CTE" (Camden Terminal Enginehouse) lettering on her pilot re... (more)
PRR (E6) #460 The "Lindbergh Engine" in the locomotive restoration shop at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, exactly 11 months prior to the day of her dedication.
Recently debuted, cosmetic restoration of the "Lindbergh Engine," PRR Atlantic #460.
The first double-headed Pennsylvania Railroad steam combination since the PRR dropped its fires in the 1950’s pull a train out of the Groffs siding on the Strasburg Rai... (more)
Together Again for the First Time
When Strasburg’s ex-Canadian National 2-6-0 89 needed to receive major work, the staple of Pennsylvania Dutch country tourist attractions needed t... (more)
The Strasburg Rail Road restored PRR 4-4-2 7002 to operating condition in 1983, Here the 7002 and PRR 4-4-0 1223 roll a doubleheaded train into the siding at Groffs in October of that year. This m... (more)
The original #7002 was scrapped, so they had to renumber #8063 to represent the so called land speed record setter of steam engines. Here with #94 coming up beside her.
PRR Class E6s 4-4-2 #460
PRR #460 is seen here at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania after a six year cosmetic restoration that began in March of 2010 and was completed on October 16... (more)