A scene from the past recreated in Philipsburg, NJ as the NYS&W Technical & Historical Society's #142, now in Bel Del livery, runs North along side the flow of traffic that actually predates the e... (more)
A crewman chats with a local resident, while two other crewmembers relax before heading back south with 2-8-2 142 and its cargo. Thanks to Pete Lerro for coordinating the scene and all the partici... (more)
2-8-2 142, relettered "Belvidere and Delaware," poses under Inerstate 78 as photgraphers reposition themselves during the last few daylight runbys of a photo charter. Thanks to Pete Lerro and the ... (more)
Chinese-built 2-8-2 142 and its mixed train are reflected in the Delaware River a few miles south of Phillipsburg. Thanks to Pete Lerro and the entire crew for their hard work on the photo charter... (more)
The LAST engine in UP's late-1970's paint scheme makes an appearance in the northeast.
A pair of UP SD70M's running "elephant style" lead stack train 214 through Phillipsburg.
One from my childhood: a weekend layover at P'burg.
A 1930's era pickup truck and train crew check over the schedule before departing on the Sunset-Moonlight Special. At only 17 years old, the Susquehanna 142 fits perfectly in this picture.
Eastbound NS passes through Phillipsburg with UP SD70 on point.
Eastbound has just crossed Delaware River and entered New Jersey
NS train 18N has just entered New Jersey, and is nearing the end of it's run.
Not very often one has the opportunity to photograph steam from ABOVE. This view was taken from the NS Lehigh Line, which crosses the Bel-Del's tracks at Lehigh Junction. Here, #142 awaits departu... (more)
212 heads through Phillipsburg as the sun starts to transition to the southern side of the tracks
NS M8G, 18G's extra, hustles up to the siding for a meet with a westbound
18G climbes the grade at Phillipsburg with a long, heavy train