Strasburg Rail Road's original #1 poses in front of the railroad's 2-6-0 steamer, #89, former Canadian National. The gas powered engine was built in 1923 and has been in service with Strasburg si... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road #2! Rarely scene outside, makes an appearance on August 2nd in the yard likely freeing up some space inside the shops. Built in 1930 and purchased by Strasburg in 1984, the e... (more)
475 pulls its train through Amish Country on the "Road to Paradise"
Strasburg No. 89 is being serviced before the first train of the day. Adjacent to the 89 is former Lancaster, Oxford & Southern railcar No. 10.
A Strasburg mixed train works it's way west through Cherry Hill past the cornfields en route back to the yard with a RailBox in tow. Click Railroad: Strasburg RailroadLocomotive: Steam 4-8-0Location: Cherry Hill, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: SRC 475Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August, 2013
The passenger local arrives at its final destination, passing the engine house on its way to the station. In the distance, the next generation looms.
A Strasburg mixed train makes it's way back to Leaman Place with a caboose and coach in tow. Once there, the crew will pick up a load left by Norfolk Southern and return it to the yard where it w... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 #475, former N&W, grabs a revenue load left by Norfolk Southern at Leaman Place Junction. As is typical (yes, typical!), the crew will couple to a loaded passenger car... (more)
Looking particularly girtty, the driver of Strasburg #90, the last working decapod, waits for 5:00pm to come around to begin his second to last hauld of the day.
Former Norfolk & Western #475 heading back towards Strasburg on a windy Spring afternoon.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 has just departed Cherry Hill and is heading towards Strasburg with the 5:00pm train.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 has just pulled out of Groundhog Cut with the 4:00pm train heading back towards Strasburg.
Strasburg's #90 moves through scenic amish country on the return from Paradise, passing the cemetery at Carpenters.
Strasburg's #90 leads the morning's mixed train back west, passing through Cherry Hill.
The boiler of 2-10-0 #90 is fired up and ready for it's next haul.