On 7/8/2003, this engine was engulfed in flames on train 176. It's been stored as a wreck in the Wilmington Maintenance Facility since then.
Old Rivets, the prototype GG1 and only CR GG1 to get the blue paint on display at Wilmington.
On display after being painted in honor of its Pennsylvania Railroad heritage.
Anyone know what happened to her nose?
Another shovelful of coal.
CSX general freight Q370 eases eastbound along the siding at Wilsmere Yard on the Philly Sub behind YN2 C40-8W 7718 on a bright morning.
Over the river and through the woods... Wilmington & Western's two steamers power the day's excursions for the first of two Pufferbelly Days in 2007. The train is seen crossing one o... (more)
Steam escapes from all around the front of the 4-4-0 as the crew discusses the completed run. 0-6-0 58 is barely visible poking out from behind the shops.
Wrapping up a day's festivities, W&W #98 has again earned her keep.
Contrary to popular belief, it is in fact possible to take a nicely lit, out of the woods photo of #98 seen here on newly restored trackage during W&W's Grand Reopening Celebration.
It couldn't have come at a worst time... Less than a week before grand reopening ceremonies the Mount Cuba Express is seen being dragged back into Greenbank by diesel after the WWRR's workhorse 4... (more)
While the crew looks over their instructions for the afternoon's wedding charter, an oil can sits unattended on 98's rods.
The Silver Meteor snakes out of the station with my lucky, homeward-bound classmate safely onboard. I have another week left here.