"Just a little more...keep 'er comin'!" Engineman Fred Mattison guides Great Western #90 into its stall by lining up the stack with the smoke vents after a long hot day on the Road to Pa... (more)
The last train of the day completes the last stretch of the trip on a beautiful August evening.
En route to the engine house after a full day of excursions.
Strasburg 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, takes a short pause in the yard, just prior to dumping her ash, after wrapping up a day of excursions. To the left, in a steam locomotive deadline, ... (more)
New flowers indicate a change in the season as SRC #90 approaches Beiler's Crossing outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania.
An afternoon train approaches the Red Caboose Motel on its return to the Station.
Christmas came a few days late, and under some dreary skies, for railfans in the Mid-Atlantic.
In pure imitation of her narrow gauge Rio Grande steam sisters, SRC #90 moves right through the deep snow banks within Groundhog Cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. A Colorado steam locomotive... (more)
Is it too early to be dreaming of winter snow? SRC #90 barks up a storm as she departs Leaman Place junction along Long Curve just outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania. Snow brought to you by Winter ... (more)
#90 leads its train back to Ronks as a group of kids watch
"The Power of Steam": Engineer Dave Domitrovich has SRC #90 moving right on time as she crests the grade at Esbenshade Road in Lancaster county, just outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. ... (more)
SRC #90 with all 210 lbs of steam pulls her 9 car train past the Pumpkinville Turnpike as she stomps along the Road to Paradise en-route to East Strasburg Station.
Strasburg's 90 get set for the day"s excursions.
"Now arriving on Track 1": With the evening sun lighting up her face momentarily, a father and son duo watch as SRC #90 pulls into East Strasburg at about '10 till 8' on June 25th, 2017.... (more)
To me railroad photography has always revolved around recreating scenes that were once commonplace. Although the fact that those opportunities to recreate in these modern days of railroading are f... (more)