Building a photo freight. With only hand signals, a WW&F Brakeman directs his engine crew to bring the evening photo freight to the platform at Sheepscot Station, during the museum's Annual... (more)
Building a photo freight. WW&F Engineer Dana Deering positions Caboose 320 in front of the platform at Sheepscot Station, as he begins to build the evening photo freight that has become an ... (more)
The teakettle and the Model T. A group of visitors to the WW&F Museum's Annual Picnic take a ride north toward Head Tide, passing the hourly passenger train as it sits on the main at Alna C... (more)
Trolley Traffic Lights? In an effort to prevent collisions between the National Park Service Trolley Fleet and the motoring public, the City of Lowell Massachusetts has begun experimenting ... (more)
I can hear the flanges squealing as Motorman Fred takes his Park Service Trolley around one of the tightest curves on the line in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts. He's approaching the Suffo... (more)
Entering Hockessin. The Wilmington & Western's Independence Day Fireworks Train drifts carefully across State Route 41 in downtown Hockessin, DE, with veteran Engineer Don Young on the thro... (more)
Spotlight on an American Standard. The Wilmington & Western's Alco #98 busts out of the shadows on Creek Road for an oh-so-brief, rods-down photo op, as she heads toward Hockessin with her ... (more)
North to Hockessin. The Wilmington & Western's 1909-vintage Alco #98 steps brisky across the Lancaster Pike in Wooddale, on her way north to Hockessin with the Independence Day Fireworks Tr... (more)
At last! Pretty light on the 98! Trailing a gorgeous plume, the Wilmington & Western's classic 4-4-0 #98 steps out across the Lancaster Pike in the evening light. Fans of the Wilmington &... (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)
America's newest and most unique steam tourist locomotive drifts past the old New Freedom Railroad Station to complete her afternoon round trip to Hanover Junction.
After riding and phot... (more)
Concluding the first excursion of the day, Steam Into History's Locomotive #17 "York" rolls past the old railroad station in downtown New Freedom, PA.
Originally constructed during the ... (more)
Crossing the Codorus. Steam Into History's 9AM excursion charges south over the Codorus Creek en route to Glen Rock and eventually, New Freedom, PA.
The ROW of the Northern Central Rai... (more)
Historic Hanover Junction. The passengers from Steam Into History's 9AM excursion watch from the platform of the storied Hanover Junction Depot as their train is turned for the southbound r... (more)
Steaming through a rich history. Steam Into History's brand new excursion train follows 10 miles of county-owned and essentially abandoned ROW that was originally built in the late 1830s as... (more)