With the reputation of being the oldest continuously operating railroad in the western hemisphere, you can always count on shiny rails around Strasburg!
Strasburg Rail Road along with the Norfolk and Western Historical Society presented 475 as part of a night shoot on a steamy Summer evening. The 4-8-0 locomotive was built in 1906 by the Baldwin L... (more)
On a dreary but hot July day, Strasburg Rail Road steam engines 475 and 90 meet at the infamous Cherry Hill siding, something that's been happening for over one hundred years on the four-and-a-hal... (more)
The 2017 N&W Historical Society convention, was held at Strasburg Rail Road. Friday night, after torrential downpours, and 100% humidity, the night photo shoot commenced. N&W 475, made a timeless ... (more)
The Norfolk & Western 475 is running around its train of immaculately maintained cars at Leaman Place, where Abraham Lincoln spoke to a large crowd during a whistle stop, February 22, 1861, on his... (more)
NW 475 Picks up a loaded flat for delivery. This scene shot during the Rolling Thunder Event at Strassburg Railroad
Groff's Grove comes into view as the 2 PM N&W train rounds the bend preparing to make a short flag stop. Note the rebuilt right of way at Strasburg Rail Road's Cherry Hill siding - built to handl... (more)
N&W #475 makes a flag stop at Groff's Grove.
Norfolk & Western's 4-8-0 "Mastodon" highballs west with a train nine cars in length.
Fifteen minutes behind #89, N&W Class M #475 digs into the grade at Groundhog Cut with the hourly Santa train.
Slumbering peacefully, N&W 475 cools her heels after handling the weekend trains as CN 89's banked fire has her quietly simmering with around 60 pounds on the gauge. If you're a serious lover of ... (more)
Heading east with the rising sun, Norfolk and Western M-class #475 makes its way through the Amish countryside, bound for Paradise to pick up some revenue freight.
A nine car train led by N&W #475 departs Strasburg Rail Road's "Cherry Hill" on a cool December day in 2012.