Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 No. 475 makes its way back to the depot on a return trip through the Amish farmlands... err, rather, the dense forests the line is well known for.
Strasburg Rail Road' 4-8-0, No. 475 runs a freight train past one of railroad's passenger trains, lead by 2-10-0 No. 90, at Cherry Hill
Strasburg Rail Road's 1924 built decapod leads a return trip through the Amish countryside while en route to the depot.
Strasburg's mighty 2-10-0, former Great Western, brings its train through Paradise, PA rounding Longs Curve while en route to the depot.
Thomas the Insomniac
En route to the engine house after a full day of excursions.
Strasburg 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, takes a short pause in the yard, just prior to dumping her ash, after wrapping up a day of excursions. To the left, in a steam locomotive deadline, ... (more)
Reading Company #1187
Reading Railroad 0-4-0 Camelback #1187, aka; Strasburg #4 was built in March, 1903, acquired by Strasburg in 1962 and last ran in May of 1967. The engine was on lo... (more)
Long Island Railroad G5s 4-6-0 #39
This is the boiler of a 1929 PRR built LIRR steam engine captured one late evening in August, 2016. It's located in the yard at the Strasburg Rail R... (more)
The "new(er) kid" in town - AMTK #915, built in 1980, now also retired from service, sits on display next in progression to the former PRR, ex-PC, ex-Conrail GG1 built in 1934 know affectionately ... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 No. 4913 on display at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. No. 4913 was retired in 1980, serving Amtrak, then as No. 913.
PRR K-4s No. 1361 (2017)
PRR K4 1361's boiler and firebox sit on an old Norfolk Southern flat car inside the 7 stall "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Rail... (more)
PRR 4-6-2 K4s No. 1361 from the rear as seen at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. This is the infamous Belpair firebox which most would agree brought th... (more)
PRR K4 1361 sits in the "Harry & Rebecca Bennett Memorial Roundhouse" at the Railroaders Memorial Museum, disassembled with various parts laid out on the floor... (more)