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.
Wilmington & Western 58 travels across the crossing at Wooddale while Steve Jensen looks on in his 1911 Stanley Steamer.
Built for the Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad in 1907, #58 now serves the Wilmington and Western Railroad in Delaware. Seen here, just minutes from departure with patrons spared the traff... (more)
W&W #58 makes it's way into the bucolic side of Delaware crossing Mount Cuba Road en reroute to Hockessin for a late night fireworks presentation.
W&W #58 had the honors on a late July 4th evening shuttling passengers from Greenbank to Hockessin, DE for the annual firework show.
A Newark bound SEPTA train makes a station stop at the newly renovated Wilmington Train Station, also known as the Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Railroad Station. An AEM-7 on the point is a refreshing ca... (more)
A view of the Corridor from an AEM-7 in Wilmington, DE.
The restored and rededicated Wilmington Station illuminates the corner of East Front and French Street located within the historic "Frank Furness District" of Wilmington, DE.
Considering the fact that the B&O discontinuted all passenger service to (and through) Wilmington, DE on April 26, 1958, it was quite a nice catch to see a MARC unit in town as one could argue MAR... (more)
I spy, with my eye, through the cab of a new SEPTA Silverliner V, the newly painted Amtrak heritage unit #145.