W&W #98 storms through the rather dark wooded forest of Spring Valley, Delaware, the large headlight and classification markers help light the way.
Wilmington & Western #98, a rare 4-4-0 survivor from Missisippi, snakes it's way through the woods and over the newly reconstructed Wooddale Bridge damaged a few years back during the big flood.
No. 98 crosses Ludlow Trestle with a Halloween Special.
Approaching the Wilmington Station, passing the ING Direct orange ball.
Happy Father's Day to all. WWRR 98 waits patiently on the main to be put away in the shop building/enginehouse as WWRR 114 (SW1) moves the coaches around.
Even with summer only three days away these flowers still stick around into June as #98 makes her way back to the shops to rest until next weekend's excursions. A special thanks goes out to my bro... (more)
WWRR 4-4-0 98 and 0-6-0 58 back the 3 PM doubleheader over the recently reopened Bridge 6G during Pufferbelly Day, where the railroad runs both steam locomotives.
Caboose charter crosses recently rebuilt bridge 6G, destroyed by flooding in 2003
Nearing the end: E-60's in the shop for removal from service.
The modern lines of an HHP contrast with the brick and iron of Wilmington Station.
Two bloody nose G's stored at Wilmington after being retired from service.
On the way to be scrapped