Former NYC SW-8, now SRC 8618, sits in the Strasburg yard at sunset.
It is shortly before 7am in Strasburg, PA on a beautiful August morning as the fireman on #475 climbs back into the cab prior to departing for the NS/Amtrak interchange at Leaman Place Junction. T... (more)
In July 2012, the Strasburg Railroad has been running early morning steam powered freight trains. To the best of my knowledge it is one of the only places in the United States where you can see a ... (more)
Deep in the heart of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's main exhibit hall sits PRR H6sb 2-8-0 2846. The 1905-built Baldwin product sits at the head of a recreation of a typical short freight tr... (more)
Strasburg 2-6-0 89 hustles westward through the Pennsylvania Dutch country with only caboose 12 in tow after dropping two covered hoppers at the Amtrak interchange at Leaman Place.
Strasburg Yard meet. After putting its passenger train away near the station, 2-6-0 89 coupled up to a couple of freight cars and caboose 12 while 2-10-0 90 returned to the station with the... (more)
Even the "new" power on the Strasburg Railroad is old. Former NYC SW-8, now SRC 8618, was built in 1953. Here she sits idle while ex-Great Western #90, built in 1924, wraps up yet another day of... (more)
Looking inside a working steam shop this view shows Strasburg Railroads shop is active on large scale steam as well as miniature steam. look where the pilot would be and you will see the small sca... (more)
Great Western #90 pulls the days reips at Strasburg Pa
A view from up high - the silo viewing tower by the Red Caboose Motel, in Strasburg, PA. Norfolk and Western 4-8-0 #475 leads the 5 pm train back towards Strasburg after a long day's work on the F... (more)
Norfolk & Western #475 heads upgrade through beautiful Amish Country.
How's this for an oddball? With probably the weirdest looking consist I've ever seen, ex-N&W #475 leads a freight back to East Strasburg from the interchange at Leaman Place.
475 is on the final leg ofthe run around move.
Rolling hills, farmland, and to top it all off, a 1906 built steam engine. What year is it again?