More from a place called Paradise on the Strasburg Rail Road - featuring former N&W #475 over the line's recently replaced bridge.
1928 - in color! Scenes such as this can to had most weekends throughout the year at the Strasburg Rail Road featuring N&W #475 which has been in service since 1906.
Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 #475, ex-Norfolk and Western, arrives back in the yard with it's train from Paradise. To the left and center is the Red Caboose Hotel where guests can stay overnight i... (more)
The Strasburg Rail Road
To the right, the former Philadelphia & Reading depot, originally built in 1882, designed by Frank Furness and located on the Reading & Columbia branch. It was mo... (more)
A Lancaster, Oxford & Southern motor coach roams the agricultural farmlands of southern Pennsylvania - somewhere between Lancaster and Oxford - I'm gonna say Strasburg. This would be far removed ... (more)
Scene of the crime...
A scene from Paradise
After making a scheduled stop at Groff's Grove, the conductor walks the length of the train before giving the crew of Norfolk & Western #475 the "all clear" to proceed to the next station down the... (more)
Strasburg's Gas Motor Coach makes an unexpected, yet most welcome appearance, at the depot on a beautiful sunny day in March.
Strasburg Rail Road's N&W #475 leads it's train through a tunnel of trees by Leaman Place Junction on a return trip to the station.
Wilmington & Western #98 rounds the bend just ahead of Faulkland Road on a beautiful day in March. If you look carefully, she's pulling a newly rebuilt tender which helps explain part of the reas... (more)
Over the river and through the woods - Wilmington & Western style!
Running through Yorklyn, W&W #98 brings a mixed train of passenger cars and cabeese through the scenic rurals of Delaware.
Volcanic activity has been detected in Wilmington!
After lying dormant for weeks, Wooddale has once again become the site of a huge eruption leaving only a cut in it's wake. A cu... (more)
Blue skies, a steam train and a classic plume - the Train Gods were smiling on the Wilmington and Western on Saturday, March 30th - a weekend, no less!