Caboose charter crosses recently rebuilt bridge 6G, destroyed by flooding in 2003
Nearing the end: E-60's in the shop for removal from service.
The modern lines of an HHP contrast with the brick and iron of Wilmington Station.
Two bloody nose G's stored at Wilmington after being retired from service.
On the way to be scrapped
One of Amtraks 90+ mph engines heads west along with a freight behind it with this beautiful sunrise. The RR Museum of PA bought the #964 in 1984 and now it's the only E60 left as all others wer... (more)
Waiting to be scrapped
Waiting to go to The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Before heading off to the shops for the night, WWRR 98 and 58 posed for a couple of minutes at the station, with the setting sun glinting beautifully off their sides.
A beautiful locomotive, WWRR 98 accelerates away from the CSX interchange and back to Greenbank station. Credit is due to all the railroad's workers and volunteers for the wonderful job they did r... (more)
Heading towards the CSX junction, #58 shoves the two passenger cars and caboose past the shops.
Wilmington & Western 98 crosses Old Capitol Trail and enters Marshallton during the railroad's third and final Steam Meets Steam weekend of the year.