Pennsylvania Railroad's M1b 4-8-2 #6755
New York Central's #999 - the Empire Express on display at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.
CN #3254 storms the curve just ahead of the Lehigh Road crossing as the fireman peers out for traffic while en route to Tobyhanna.
The World's first ever streamlined bullet train! Not just some odd looking trolly that once ran at SEPTA, but rather, the Philadelphia and Western Railroad's attempt in the early 1930'... (more)
The iconic N&W #611
In the hole at Glade Spring, VA waiting for a westbound to clear. Patience... the time is near!
That building looks so huge from down here!
Double your pleasure! PM #1225 and NKP #765 join forces in Owosso, MI for "Train Festival" in 2009. Lerro Productions was on hand for a private charter a few weeks later utilizing both engines f... (more)
Look! There just ahead!! It's a bird, it's a train - it's Aerotrain! Built by GM to "save the industry" in 1955, the train was lightweight and streamlined utilizing a set of modified GM Truck &... (more)
The Camden & Amboy Railroad "John Bull" #1
Built in 1939 by the PRR's Altoona shops to replace the still surviving original "John Bull" which had since been donated to the Smithsonian ... (more)
Rise and shine! It's the start of a new day at the Strasburg Rail Road. No charter, no photo lines, just another day in August as the crew prepares #475, former N&W, to pick up an... (more)
The engineer of Great Western #90 leans out to get a view of the upcoming crossing at Carpenters.
Great Western #90 makes an appearance over the new bridge crossing the "Pumpkinville Turnpike". No. 90 was backdated for a Lerro Productions photo charter though fans got a chance to chase and ri... (more)
Great Western #90 comes in to the yard for a Big Gulp.
GW #90 makes her way west with a passenger special on a sunny Winter day in February.