Engineer David Pugh works around 630 between runs during Railfest 2013.
The quiet of the night is broken as a Norfolk Southern manifest rumbles across the Susquehanna River.
The Return to Spruce After nearly a two year hiatus on trips in order for work to be done to revitalize the Shaver's Fork the Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad and the Cass Scenic Railr... (more)
The Great Train Race Big 6 races the Durbin and Greenbrier's train around the horseshoe curve at Spruce, passing the NARCOA's line of speeders.
The Southern heritage unit idles in the pouring rain at south Roddy, waiting for two northbounds before 197 will continue its journey south.
The Southern heritage unit heads south in the pouring rain, exiting the siding at south Roddy.
Local lore says that if you drink the water of the Leatherbark that you'll never leave Cass... It seems to be so!
Up Cass Hill.
Big 6 leads the day's train to Bald Knob upgrade at the upper switchback, meeting #5 leading the 11am Whittaker train downhill. Some of you may notice that it is unusual for a Cass engine to lead,... (more)
An endangered species in its element.
Strasburg's #90 moves through scenic amish country on the return from Paradise, passing the cemetery at Carpenters.
Strasburg's #90 leads the morning's mixed train back west, passing through Cherry Hill.
The York coasts into town, passing the old depot.
The York slowly moves through Glen Rock with the afternoon excursion for the day.
A very late #125 heads south down the middle of Railroad Avenue in Ashland. A double track mainline down the middle of the street on a median makes this one awesome place to catch a few trains.