It's 1929 and passengers have just finished boarding for the trip North to a special late night event at the resort in Brandywine Srings. The line by now is owned by the Baltimore & Philadelphia ... (more)
"The Midnight Special" Passengers en route to Pittsburgh, PA ride the W&W seen here just north of Greenbank station, near Wilmington, DE. The train will eventually make it to Landenberg, ... (more)
Happy Independence Day. This American flag shows the effects of being displaying on a steam locomotive during the Wilmington & Western's Grand Reopening celebration in late June 2007.
Waiting to be scrapped.
The Wilmington & Western Railroad's #98 is one of the few 4-4-0 American Locomotives that still operates with any regularity....and she's a fine looking example of the type. Here, she crosses the... (more)
Steam Meets Steamer! Wilmington and Western typically runs a Steam Meets Steam event on July 4th, with #98 and #58. I arrived 4 days early but still managed to catch two stea... (more)
Thanksgiving Weekend additional working arrives in Wilmington viewed from an unopened parking lot
Wilmington & Western's #98 rolls down the line toward Hockessin with the sun setting fast.
Wilmington & Western's #98 pulls it's train over one of the many bridges along the line from Greenbank to Hockessin.
W&W #98, a American classic.
Once again, W&W #98 and it's passengers traverse through the woods and over the line's many trestles bound for the small rural town of Hockessin.
A glint Panmore)
While my grandmother and I waited on our Metroliner, The Patriot stops to pick up "the other people," taking coach. I only rode the Metroliner when travelling with my grandmother as I was "other... (more)