Engineer's side of New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 No. 40 arriving at the crest of the slope at Lahaska, PA. The visitors platform to the far left is used by the likes of Santa and the Easter Bunny. F... (more)
The Mount Lahaska Cog-less Railway, or... Cogs? We don't need to stinking cogs, lol.
This is the view from the top of the crest at Lahaska, PA, the steepest grade along the former Reading... (more)
New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 No. 40 arrives at the crest of the slope at Lahaska, PA. From here, by the visitors platform used by the likes of Santa and the Easter Bunny, the engineer has a clear v... (more)
With an eruption of steam, seen for miles, NH&I's 2-8-0 No. 40 proves itself no longer dormant, coming back to life after an extensive 3 plus year restoration. To the right, a father holds his da... (more)
New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 rolls over the famed "Perils of Pauline" trestle just south of the depot, in New Hope, Pennsylvania. The trestle, built in 1891, travels over the Aquetong cre... (more)
Captured from an overlook in the village of Hood, New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 No. is seen pulling its 1 pm excursion back to the station in New Hope.
In an apparent pact between Mother Nature and the Steam Gods, Sunday, January 7th, 2018 offered yet another fine day for steam at the New Hope & Ivyland Railroad. No. 40 is captured here with an ... (more)
Snow on the ground, blue skies and a chill in the air made for a great show at "Hood" as New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 No. 40 stormed through town, en route to Lahaska, with the 2 pm excurs... (more)
Cliffside Railroad Company hauls a short freight through the woods of North Carolina traveling along the line's 3.7 mile stretch. The power for the day's run, captured in December of 1947, is the... (more)
NH&I's 2-8-0 No. 40 made a triumphant return to steam in November 2017, after a 3½ year hiatus for a major rebuild. Captured here in mid-December, the 1925 built locomotive struts past the former... (more)
Laying a blanket of steam to both the left and the right, along with a plume that could be seen for miles, New Hope & Ivyland's 2-8-0 No. 40 pulls forward in a dramatic departure from the station ... (more)
New Hope & Ivyland's 11 am excursion roars through the grade crossing at Reader Road in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
No longer dormant, NH&I's 2-8-0 No. 40 erupts with a continuous blast of steam as she thunders through New Hope, passing through the village of "Hood" in New Hope, PA.
New Hope's 2 PM excursion makes its way to the crest at Lahaska, passing a platform that is used by visiting special guests, such as the Easter Bunny.
New Hope's 4 PM excursion storms through "Hood", over the Aquetong trestle and across the grade crossing at West Mechanic Street.