The largest and most powerful steam engine on the Strasburg Rail Road's roster, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90, basks in the light of the early morning sun. In an hours time, she'll be returning... (more)
The business end of the Straburg Rail Road
Late afternoon passenger train heads back to Strasburg with #90 in charge.
Passing a tobacco farm with a string of loads freight cars from Leaman Place.
The last of the Reading Camelbacks. Sitting on a storage track behind the Strasburg Railroad Shops is what's left of the last of the fabled Reading Camelbacks. Reading #1187 is an A4 Class... (more)
Ex-CN, now SRC 2-6-0 #89 prepares to couple to its train again to put the consist away for the day after powering the half-hour excursions.
As labor day approaches, the American flag flies proudly as ex-N&W M Class 4-8-0 475 eases downgrade toward Strasburg Station on a warm August afternoon.
Rods Up! Strasburg's trusty 4-8-0 returns after another trip through the fields of Lancaster County. What, you say? The rods should be down? Pshaw! Just an arbitrary convention. :) To ... (more)
475 pulls its train through Amish Country on the "Road to Paradise"
No, it's not Manhattan Transfer, it's the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. PRR K4 3750 and the last remaining DD1 set, with PRR 3636 leading, are posed at the entrance to the museum. These two loc... (more)
A former U.S. Navy VO-1000 is painted and lettered as Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200. The locomotive is on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
Strasburg No. 89 is being serviced before the first train of the day. Adjacent to the 89 is former Lancaster, Oxford & Southern railcar No. 10.
The passenger local arrives at its final destination, passing the engine house on its way to the station. In the distance, the next generation looms.
Looking particularly girtty, the driver of Strasburg #90, the last working decapod, waits for 5:00pm to come around to begin his second to last hauld of the day.