Scene of the crime...
After making a scheduled stop at Groff's Grove, the conductor walks the length of the train before giving the crew of Norfolk & Western #475 the "all clear" to proceed to the next station down the... (more)
Strasburg's Gas Motor Coach makes an unexpected, yet most welcome appearance, at the depot on a beautiful sunny day in March.
PRR Class A5s 0-4-0 #94
PRR's 0-4-0 #94 makes it's debut on RP. This large switcher was built in 1917 by the Penny's Juniata Shops. Due to complex trackage and tight curves of the industry tha... (more)
The engine seen here at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania is the SECOND of two Altoona Shops built "John Stevens" replicas. This particular operable engine was built by the Pennsylvania Railroa... (more)
The Camden & Amboy Railroad's 4-2-0 "John Bull" sits on display across from the Pennsylvania Railroad's 4-4-0 #1223. The 4-4-0 is of 1905 vintage while the 4-2-0 is a 1939 replica that that Penns... (more)
A young American looks an English ancestor face to face at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Conrail #2233, former PC, ex PRR was built in April of 1963 while the "John Bull" is a 1939 replica... (more)
On her first day in service in the 2013 season, CN Mogul #89 pulls her 7 car consist up the grade west of CHerry Hill on her way back to Strasburg with the 2:00 train.
#90 approaches Cherry Hill as seen from a never before photographed location, as far as I can see.
Engine 90 smokes up the yard on a dreary day in February.
Crank up the heat. The Strasburg Railroad's night hostler "dials up the thermostat" with a shovelful of the coal to keep the engine house bearable on a chilly February evening. Although th... (more)
Riding the range. A rancher returning from a late winter survey of open range crosses paths with a Great Western freight as it speeds across the high plains of Eastern Colorado. Scene cour... (more)
Clear!!! The Fireman on the running board shouts his warning before lifting the blow-down valve on Great Western #90, enveloping the engine in a cloud of mist. Unlike most preserved steame... (more)
Great Western 2-10-0 passes through the trees while heading back to the station