Wilmington and Western's EMD SW1 pulls the first excursion of the day back towards the station after taking passengers to Mt. Cuba.
Locomotive 98 chuffs hard as it works way through the backwood of Delaware.
Engine La Costa leans out the engineer side of locomotive 98 while crossing Spring Valley Road on a rainy but colorful ride through the Red Clay Valley.
Locomotive 98 pulling a train of happy leaf peepers, passes through Ashland on its way through the Red Clay Valley. Following the train are several cars filled with photographers to take advantage... (more)
Locomotive 98 crosses Lancaster Pike on its final run of the day to Mt. Cuba.
Locomotive 98 moves its way through the back woods of the Red Clay Valley next to the Red Clay creek on a very rainy afternoon. On this train is a group of Union Soldiers heading home. However a f... (more)
The engineer of Locomotive 98 peers out of the cab as he sounds the whistle for the next crossing. The train will make a brief stop here before it continues to Hockessin, DE for the annual firewor... (more)
Ex Mississippi Central locomotive 98 pulls out of Greenbank station to begin the annual trip to Hockessin for the annual fireworks display.
August 2011 was the last time an SW1 puffed a blue cloud of smoke up the Red Clay Valley. On June 24th, 2014, 114 pulled it's first train since then and the following weekend marked it's first Hoc... (more)
Back in Action! Locomotive 114 pulls its first train in a long time after being out of service due to wheel issues.
Ex PRR 4662 takes passengers from the Hockessin arts festival on a ride through the historic Red Clay Valley. 4662 is seen running through Ashland on it final run of the day.
Icy Red Clay Creek. The Wilmington & Western Railroad's Alco #98 charges across the icy Red Clay Creek with a passenger consist headed for Hockessin. The route of the old B&O Landenberg B... (more)
Dashing through the snow. The Wilmington & Western Railroad's 1909-vintage 4-4-0 leads a 2011 Lerro Productions Charter across the snow-covered Bridge 10A and into the line's Mt. Cuba Picni... (more)