EBT 17 and 18 wait for their assignments for the day while number 15 rolls through the yard with a hopper train bound for Mount Union. A Lerro Productions charter.
A herd of cows pay no attention to EBT 15 bringing another empty hopper train from the PRR interchange at Mount Union. A Lerro Productions charter.
Dwarfed by her own smoke plume, N&W 382 leads the Virginia Creeper mixed freight back to East Strasburg station. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
A Norfolk & Western employee gives NW 382 some TLC before her afternoon run on the Abingdon Branch.
These two beautiful little Victorian engines head their mixed goods train towards Hoekfontein, the centre of the 14km Sandstone Estates 2 foot guage system on a clear cold winters morning.
Alco built (1926) No 2056 pilots North British built (1954)class 25NC No 3472 in an early morning departure from Mount Morkel Siding with a train bound for Ficksburg
Umgeni Steam Railway's GMAM departs from Albert Falls for Pietermaritzburg as the sun rises. During steam days, double-heading with these large articulated engines was common on this line.
Fast Freight! A pair of 400-ton, Lima-built Berkshire Locomotives bask in the early morning light as they charge eastward on the GLC main with a 31-car freight consist. The August, 2009 L... (more)
Norfolk & Western's Train 202, affectionately known as "The Virginia Creeper", pulls into Damascus Station on a Saturday afternoon in February of 1956....nearly 3 hours late. The station a... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio F7 722 emerges from the south end of the Trough and crosses the South Branch of the Potomac River at Sycamore Bridge with the local freight bound for Petersburg. Thanks to the Sou... (more)
The sun has just cleared the mountains of northeastern West Virginia as a B&O F7 leads a short local over one of many bridges on the line to Petersburg.
A short B&O freight rolls along the Potomac River deep in the "trough". No roads. No houses. No cell service. Just the railroad and nature. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
Speeding through the West Virginia woods. Deep in the valleys of the Mountain State, a set of F7s lead a short mixed freight southward toward Romney. Thanks to the South Branch Valley Railr... (more)
The last rays of the setting sun catch the driver and fireman of class 15F 3117 sharing a joke and a mug of coffee, brewed on the footplate of course!
Under the gaze of a lonely star, Friends of the Rail’s ex-SAR class 24 2-8-4 3664 and 15F 4-8-2 3117 pose at Capital Park depot, during a night photo shoot for a Geoff's Trains tour group.