N&W Class M 'Mollie' #475 struggles west through the Christmas snow of 2009 with a full consist, Leaman Place back to Strasburg, on December 27, 2009.
Great Western #90 pulls out of the Strasburg yard with the 11:00 run as Canadian National #89 waits to pull into the depot.
Great Western #90 approaches Esbenshade crossing.
Great Western #90 nears the Strasburg Railroad yard limits
Strasburg #90 climbs the grade on a warn summer evening.
Sporting a fresh coat of paint after being recently out-shopped, Strasburg Railroad #90 passes Carpenter's Cemetery on a sunny July evening.
Steam meeting steam. The number of places in the US where this happens with any regularity are dwindlng slowly. I can think of just four....Osier, Silverton, Cass and this place...Groff's ... (more)
One couple awaits the arrival of the last train of the day with ex N&W "Mollie" #475 at the point. A very cold and windy wait, indeed!
Ex Norfolk and Western class M #475 has drawn a crowd of admirers at former PRR 'J' Tower, Strasburg, Pa. April 3, 2011.
Ex Norfolk and Western class M #475 is approaching Carpenters Crossing on Strasburg Railroad April 3, 2011.
Ex Norfolk and Western "Mollie" #475 leads coaches westbound from Paradise back to Strasburg, near Esbenshade Road crossing April 3, 2011.
The only known operating 4-8-0 in North America, Baldwin build of 1906, ex Norfolk and Western class M #475 brings coaches west from Paradise, back to Strasburg March 27, 2011.
SRC 90 approaches Milepost 2 as it passes thru a corn field on its way back to Strasburg.
Strasburg 90 is a 2-10-0 built in 1924 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. It originally pulled sugar beet trains for the Great Western Railroad to the company's mill in Loveland, Colorado. The Stras... (more)
Stepping back in time...