How's this for an oddball? With probably the weirdest looking consist I've ever seen, ex-N&W #475 leads a freight back to East Strasburg from the interchange at Leaman Place.
475 is on the final leg ofthe run around move.
Rolling hills, farmland, and to top it all off, a 1906 built steam engine. What year is it again?
475 works hard pulling up the grade!
Well, if for no other reason then something new - Great Western #90 and leads an eight car consist back from Paradise, PA to the station in Ronks, PA, otherwise known as the Strasburg depot.
Strasburg's ex-Great Western #90 prepare to uncouple and run around it's train at the Western most terminus of the line in Strasburg (Ronks), Pennsylvania. To the right is the restored former PRR... (more)
Thomas chuffs by his friends, the cows, at Verdant View Farm on the way back to Strasburg.
The Amtrak 40th Anniversary Exhibit Train is on display at Strasburg, PA on a picture perfect summer day.
Getting him started young! On display for Norfolk Southern days at the Museum.
"Old Rivets", the original GG1, on the left
On display for Norfolk Southern days at the Museum
The 16:00 ET Strasburg Railroad train is returning to the Strasburg Depot and is pulling toward J Tower and the Pennsy position light signal with the Great Western Railway 2-10-0.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 runs around her train, backing past the J Tower at the Strasburg Railroad after a 4 pm run.
On display at Museum for Norfolk Southern Days
The final runby's of the day would not be complete without watching the 382 steam off into a winters sunset during a Lerro Productions charter.