Just before being put to bed for the night, the crew drops the ashes on 2-8-0 40 in the ashpit. Note the ornage glow for the ashes under the rear driver and in the pit. Thanks to Fred and Jeff for... (more)
After a full day of covering the entire line for Railfan Weekend, NH&I 40 is fulled with water so she can do it all again tomorrow. Thanks to the NH&I for their cooperation and Fred and Jeff for t... (more)
#40 doing a runby just past lahaska
Two GE C30-7's (ex-UP and ex-CSX) sit in the New Hope Yard on a picture perfect Spring morning.
Coming out of the Post Office, a family stops to wave as NH&I #40 passes through Rushland. The 40 is lettered for original owner Lancaster & Chester for a John Craft photo special.
After a successful day of run-bys for the Spring Photo Charter, NHIR 40, relettered as 'Lancaster & Chester', gets filled up with water. #40 has since been put back into her 'New Hope & Ivyland' l... (more)
NH&I #40, lettered for original owner Lancaster & Chester crosses Neshaminy Creek on a John Craft charter.
Built by the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, NY, former Nacionales de Mexico (N. de M.) 4-8-4 Niagara is being meticulously restored for excursion service at New Hope. These engines a... (more)
The burm at the Golf Course gave the best vantage point to 'Lancaster & Chester' #40 and the freight consist.
A unique perspective of #40 pulling the photo freight from between the rails of the siding.
on bridge over Aquetong Creek
Look closely and you'll notice an incredible amount of detail on the nose of former L&C Baldwin #40 returning home at New Hope tender first. Shot taken from the caboose at night at speed.
A magnificent plume of steam at Lahaska.
Crossing the bridge at Little Italy in the first of several photo runbys.
The engineer seems concerned with a leak that has formed in the valve on the right-hand side of No. 40.