WAR!! Confederate forces have placed a Wilmington and Western train under siege just shy of the strategically important Bridge 6G. Passengers duck for cover while Union forces prepare to ... (more)
Wilmington and Western #58 prepares for a day's excursion departing Greenbank Station. A scene seen by many yet rarely photographed due to the difficult nature of the lighting encountered here at... (more)
This Amtrak SW1 was the original heritage unit. It was assigned to Washington Terminal and wears the colors of the WT, which was taken over by Amtrak in 1981. The 738 was brought to Wilmington t... (more)
The E60s were the only locomotives to ever be delivered with Nathan Airchime P01235 horns, and many kept their original horns until their last day (including the 604).
The 742 is at the end of its Amtrak career. It's being sold and prepared to leave the property at the Wilmington shops.
Q373's power is working hard to get its long train under way after a stop in CSX's Wilsmere yard for a set out.
Amtrak Acela Power Car 2003 is down for its 10-year inspection with part of its nose taken off. All of the Acela sets will be inspected and several more coaches may be purchased if the station pla... (more)
Pufferbelly Double Header W&W #'s 98 and #58 lead a 6 car train through the woods en route to Mt Cuba.
This former Port of Wilmington tonner is admired by several people while on display on the Wilmington Riverfront. In late 2011 the locomotive was given a makeover after being a canvas for the loca... (more)
Now this is great steam on a cold January day, as Wilmington & Western 4-4-0 #98 crosses one of the many trestles along the line. Part of a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Wilmington & Western 4-4-0 #98 puts on a show crossing the trestle just past the Lancaster Pike crossing on a cold January day. Part of a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Engine 98 built in 1909 seen here on a winter photo trip put on by Pete Lerro. Soon it will winter time again in the northeast and railfans will be wanting snow
Wilmington & Western 58 passes through the rock cut at Wooddale. On this day the railroad was running their very popular Wild West Robbery themed train.
The engineer keeps an eye on the crossing ahead as he approaches Greenbank Station. With temperatures near 100, the cab was not a fun place to be on this day.