At daybreak, Norfolk & Western 4-6-0 No. 382 barrels across the Strasburg country side during a series of morning photo runbys coordinate by Pete Lerro of Lerro Productions.
A late afternoon mixed train rolls into the Strasburg yards
February was a month to remember In Southwest Virginia, where heavy snow fall and strong winds created several snow banks along the 55 mile Abingdon Branch. N&W 4-8-0 #382 is captured here edging... (more)
Comin' round the bend. N&W 382 leans into a curve outside of Strasburg.
A night at the shop with the crew of N&W #382. Part of a Lerro Productions charter.
The cow, the (iron) horse, ...
A Lerro Productions photo charter.
Heading off for a drink before retuning to night duty.
On a quiet night, a local rests under a few stars.
After inspecting star charts, the four stars upper left are confirmed to be the "dipper" part of the Big Dipper, known as the Plough in the UK ... (more)
Sunrise Pan A pan at 1/8th taken just before sunrise.
Fast freight on the N&W! A
N&W 382 has just paused into position on the turntable at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. An additional museum piece sits on display, making for a good comparison of two generations of locomo... (more)
N&W 382 pauses in the Strasburg countrside on a starry night. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
Next stop: Alvarado. The daylight is less than an hour old as N&W 382 hammers up grade at Watauga, Virginia, on her daily run to West Jefferson, North Carolina. The terrain is still gentle... (more)
Sunrise in Old Virginia. In the waning days of steam power, an aging Norfolk & Western M-Class "Mollie" races the dawn with a local mixed, carrying milk, newspapers and a few lonely passeng... (more)
An NW 4-8-0 ending its career is turned under the watchful eye of a Monongahela Connecting C415 (MCRR 701), whose paint is in surprisingly bad shape for such a new engine. :)
A Lerro Productions... (more)