Where eles can you see this! This is probaly one of the very few Places In the U.S. where you can see not one, but two, steam engines pass each other.
Working hard up the grade out of Cherry Hill, CN 2-6-0 89, is getting Santa back to Strasburg.
Giving it all shes got to get her train lifted up and out of the grade, 89 works hard to get Santa back to Strasburg on time.
SRC 475 runs around the train in preparation of the last run of the day.
Frost lingers on a small pumpkin patch as CN 911 leads a small freight east before the sun has risen over the horizon. A Lerro Productions charter.
A westbound train approaches Groff's Grove on a breezy fall afternoon.
A night at the shop with the crew of N&W #382. Part of a Lerro Productions charter.
Reading Camelback #1187, one of only a few Camelbacks in existence and. more noteworthy, one of only 8 remaining Reading engines (9 if you count a Reading Live Steamer built by the Reading shops)... (more)
Strasburg's 1 PM train pulled by former N&W #475 passes the Caboose Hotel on it's way back to the depot.
Strasburg's evening train, led by former N&W #475, rounds the bend at Cherry Hill. And you thought Strasburg was a straight line!