Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 does the honors of running on National Train Day, May 8, 2010 (also the photographer's birthday) at the Strasburg Railroad. Coming up through the grove of trees sho... (more)
#90 backing up out of the station after the day's runs. It passes buy a couple of cars used for the new freight service the railroad is providing.
Strasburg's Henry K. Long car reflects the sunset off its windows after its last run of the day.
Strasburg #90 charging up the grade at Carpenters Crossing.
A close-up view of Great Western #90's valve gear.
Putting on an impressive smoke and steam show as 90 tugs her train out of Cherry Hill
Its December of 1924, and Great Western 90 is taking a short passenger train back to Loveland,CO...well not really.
Where eles can you see this! This is probaly one of the very few Places In the U.S. where you can see not one, but two, steam engines pass each other.
Working hard up the grade out of Cherry Hill, CN 2-6-0 89, is getting Santa back to Strasburg.
Giving it all shes got to get her train lifted up and out of the grade, 89 works hard to get Santa back to Strasburg on time.
SRC 475 runs around the train in preparation of the last run of the day.
A westbound train approaches Groff's Grove on a breezy fall afternoon.