Ex. Mississippi Central locomotive #98 flies across Route 48 with a train full of passengers. Folks eager to get home, have to wait for the train to pass. Shutter speed 1/13.
Ex. Mississippi Central locomotive #98 Passes over the Iron Truss Bridge in Ashland. The bridge itself is not original to the Wilmington And Western. It was moved to Ashland by the B&O in 1907 fro... (more)
Ex. Mississippi Central locomotive #98 passes the pond at Spring valley.
On this Independence day of 2015, locomotive 98 pulls a train of passengers through the Red Clay Valley in route to Hockessin Delaware for the annual Fireworks display. The locomotive is decked ou... (more)
The Mother's Day Dinner train is getting ready to depart from Greenbank, overseen by a steam locomotive tire on display. The EMC SW1 in the background began life with the Lehigh Valley.
Wilmington & Western's PRR #4662, the "Paul Revere", navigates through the cut and around a sharp bend in Hockessin, DE.
Paralleling Creek Road in the back woods of Delaware, PRR doodlebug #4662 proceeds east en route to Greenbank on a beautiful Spring day in March of 2014.
A Pennsylvania doodlebug winds its way thought the bucolic countryside of Delaware while on excursion for the Wilmington and Western.
Wilmington & Western 4-4-0 #98 prepares for a special Valentine's Day excursion on the night of February 14th, 2015. The event took place both Friday and Saturday night, though it was the falling... (more)
Wilmington & Western's restored PRR Doodlebug traverses the trestle in Ashland, DE en route to Hockessin greeting the first week of Spring in March of 2014.
PRR Doodlebug #4662, "The Paul Revere" leads an excursion from Hockessin, DE en route to Greenback in March of 2014. The motor car was built by Pullman Standard, outfitted by Brill, and... (more)
W&W 4-4-0 #98 leads a Saturday Autumn Leaf excursion to Mount Cuba, captured here at "Bridge 8A" at Wooddale in the backwoods of Delaware.
Wilmington and Western's PRR Doodlebug #4662 traverses Bridge 12B on a cool Winter day in March. Below is the Red Clay Creek which winds it's way south into the Christiana River before eventually... (more)