I had the chance to take the TranCaer Safety program and tour the new safety train inside and out today. Wonderful program for Firefighters like myself. Photo by Shawn A Leightcap
"Bee Line Service at Shermans Creek"
This scene with CNJ 1554 switching cars behind the Steamtown roundhouse was one of many provided during the ARHS covention night photo session.
The 2102 is leaving Leesport with an awesome display of smoke and steam, for a trip to Tamaqua. This is the last time that I chased a T-1, and I hope to see this engine running again next year. ... (more)
Keystone Corridor action, 1987, with the 922 pulling four Heritage coaches up the grade out of the Chickies Creek Valley. Note the old PRR 152-lb jointed rail on both main tracks. The 922, built... (more)
NS 6946 leads a eb freight under the PRR signal bridge at 6.6/6.6 on the Fort Wayne Line
On January 29, 1988, month-old SEPTA AEM7 2303 leads a Philadelphia-bound R5 express out of North Wales, Pennsylvania.
Former New York Central switcher #8618 rests outside the engine house in Strasburg, PA.
PT98 pulls into Slateford Jct to interchange with the NS with the DL's Lehigh Valley "heritage unit" leading the way.
DL 3643 leads a 6 locomotive mix of Alcos and MLWs through the Delaware Water Gap with a long train, putting on a nice show of smoke and making a wonderful noise as the engineer works to keep the ... (more)
Returning to Kutztown with the full consist of the "Garden State Ramble", 206 heads for Kohler Road. The local cows are " udderly" unimpressed.
With the first photo runby of the day, 206 rolls past the picnic Grove at Sleepy Hollow.
After the day's photo freight, ALLN 206 trundles across the fields near Kutztown on its way back to the yard.
On the way to the next photo runby location, the Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's "Garden State Ramble" passes Zimmerman's Farm at the crossing.
In a scene right out of history, a short local freight is spotted on the outskirts of Topton, on its return from Kutztown. In reality, this is a photo freight run for the Friends of the Railroad M... (more)