Definitely an oddball, Monongahela Connecting "low cab" C415 701 is displayed outdoors in the RRMofPA's yard. The location were it sits is where the museum's new roundhouse display building is sl... (more)
Lehigh Valley 40 was built by Budd in 1951 for passenger service between Lehighton and Hazelton, PA. It later worked for Reading and SEPTA before being donated by PennDOT to the RRMofPA in 1984. ... (more)
Strasburg's motor car No. 10 scampers along at Esbenshade Road, heading back to Strasburg with a late afternoon run. Assembled from a wooden passenger coach in 1915, it operated for two years as ... (more)
Ex-NYC SW8 8618 rests outside the shop as 4-8-0 475 heads for the engine house.
A pair of GE units in differing NS paint schemes slowly pull their freight train over the Susquehanna River and atop the Rockville Bridge as this train heads east out of Harrisburg.
N&W 475 rolls along the platform with the final steam train of the day as Lancaster, Oxford & Southern motor car 10 departs for Paradise.
The last train of the day is hot on the heels of Strasburg's SW8, running just ahead of the passenger excursion, at Groff's Grove.
One of my favorite railroad authors is the late Gerald M. Best, who penned several books that populate the shelves of my library ("Iron Horses to Promontory" "Nevada County Narrow Gauge" "Snowplow... (more)
It's been a few years since I visited the RRMofPA, and I was surprised to see V&T 20 and PRR 5741 have been fenced and roped off, making this photo of museum equipment that much harder to capture.... (more)
East Broad Top after dark. After coaling and watering their locomotive, an EBT Engine Crew waits for switches to be lined for their last move of the day; the move to the roundhouse. Their... (more)
After a successful run along the Pittsburgh Line, the 1944 beauty from the Lima Locomotive Works comes to a stop on the famous Rockville Bridge as she begins the reverse move back into Enola Yard ... (more)
Westbound at mp 148 , with Nickel Plate Heritage engine on train.
Early morning sun glints off magnificent Super-Power NKP No. 765. It is doing track speed as only super power steam can do.
Foggy East Broad Top. On a misty fall morning, EBT Crew Members turn Mikado #15 on the "Armstrong" Turntable in the Orbisonia Yard. Nestled in a valley in the hill country of south central... (more)