SRC #90 reverses to the water tower before being put away for the night.
Strasburg 90 pulls the last train of the night, the wine train, out of the Strasburg Station. with the Pennsylvania sunset in the background.
Strasburg Rail Road's ex-Great Western decapod #90 pulls the last hourly train up the grade from Cherry Hill in the golden light of a late November afternoon.
Strasburg 90 is seen rolling back towards the museum on a beautiful November evening.
Notable 90 is pounding upgrade by Carpenters, on its way back to Strasburg. The 1924 Baldwin has 8 cars behind its tender.
Old and Older
A steam train on America’s oldest continuously operating railroad approaches its passing of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania’s oldest cemetery. Still operating under it... (more)
Strasburg 90 enters the passing siding at Groffs Grove. Prior to 1983, the decapod had a large “Strasburg Rail Road” oval emblem on its tender.
Wearing its pinstriped scheme that matched the PRR engines on the roster, Strasburg 2-10-0 90 powers a mid-afternoon train from the Amtrak interchange at Paradise toward the Black Horse Road cross... (more)
A very foggy day
Falkenberg was completely destroyed in the last day of WW II
BR Standard 9F 92214 accelerates away from Loughborough with a southbound mineral working
#90 sounds her Reading 6 chime whistle for the crossing just outside the shops. Speaking of the Reading, Camelback #1187 can be seen on the left.