Heading back - almost, actually. A Strasburg Rail Road crew member hangs from the side of the last car on what will become a mixed train. In this switching move, the train will pull forward on w... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's mighty 2-10-0, former Great Western, leads a revenue mixed train at Paradise, PA en route back to the railroad's yard in Ronks, PA. To the right is the railroad's relatively... (more)
Meet me in Paradise; Part II
Strasburg's 2-10-0 No.90, former Great Western, rounds Long Curve in Paradise, PA with a mixed freight in tow on April 5th, 2017 while an Amtrak Keystone led by an... (more)
Meet me in Paradise!
A Norfolk Southern local in push-pull mode trailed by a GP38-2 (NS No. 5654) rolls pass Leaman Place Junction while the Strasburg Rail Road crew prepare to return to the yar... (more)
Bound for the railroad's yard in Ronks, PA, Strasburg 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, advances through Long Curve in Paradise, PA with a mixed freight consisting of 3 hoppers, one gon, a coac... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, clears the Lincoln Highway bridge with a freight in tow left by Norfolk Southern. The railroad occasionally uses its steam locomotives t... (more)
52 8055 from DLM heads a steam special from Constance to Schaffhausen.
Special train for 40 railway-enthusiasts coming from Middle Europe to Turkey. TCDD steam-loco 56 548 climbs from Alaşehir (altitude 189 m above sea level) to Uşak (908 m).
In a scene that could have occurred in many places up and down the eastern seaboard during the 1940s, SAL "Decapod" 544 poses on the point of a short local freight as a passenger train s... (more)
The engineer prepares to climb aboard his horse before a day of riding.
Working upgrade past the Carpenters Cemetery, former Great Western 90 has the 11am train on its rear knuckle on this dreary Spring day.
The power of steam on full display from SRC #90 on the Road to Paradise.
With all three of the day's excursions in the books, No. 90 is guided to the shop for the evening old an unseasonably cold March day.
Steam at work, still in the year 1985