Strasburg's SW8 No. 8618 awaits a tow from No. 90, which is returning from placing three empties at the NS interchange. The 8618 had hauled the cars down from Strasburg, but stopped loading when ... (more)
Showing her speed, SRC #90 gives the spectators a show on Long Curve approaching Beiler's Crossing.
There aren't many places in the world where you can see doubleheaded steam pulling modern freight cars in regular freight service for paying customers. No. 90 & 475 are seen here in a below-the-r... (more)
Catching the last rays of the low winter sun, the Strasburg's No. 90 backs three freight cars toward the NS interchange on a pleasant late afternoon in December. Temperatures topped out at 59 deg... (more)
Not an everyday occurrence- No. 90 meeting diesel rail car No. 10 at Groff's. No. 10 ran a 3:00 p.m. passenger extra to Leaman Place and is holding for No. 90 to proceed east to assist SW8 No. 86... (more)
With an additional three cars, SRC #90 climbs Cherry Hill on the way back to East Strasburg on a public freight run. Be sure to check out the Strasburg Railroad Facebook Page for information about... (more)
Doubleheaded steam on a Strasburg mixed freight, with 2-10-0 No. 90 and 4-8-0 No. 475 lifting seven loads and two coaches up the grade at Groff's. Note the white flags adorning 90's smokebox.
Baldwin to the rescue of EMD. The Strasburg's SW8 No. 8618 managed to pull three empties to the interchange at Leaman Place, but then stopped loading. What to do? Fortunately, No. 90 had not ye... (more)
Ex-Great Western 2-10-0 No. 90 leads a train from Leaman Place Junction back to Strasburg, approaching Carpenters Crossing. The Strasburg maintains some of the finest-looking trains to be found on... (more)
Strasburg 90 pulls the last train of the night, the wine train, out of the Strasburg Station. with the Pennsylvania sunset in the background.
Strasburg Rail Road's ex-Great Western decapod #90 pulls the last hourly train up the grade from Cherry Hill in the golden light of a late November afternoon.
Strasburg 90 is seen rolling back towards the museum on a beautiful November evening.
Notable 90 is pounding upgrade by Carpenters, on its way back to Strasburg. The 1924 Baldwin has 8 cars behind its tender.
The art of hostling is becoming a lost trade nowadays. Here, SRC employee, Jeff Frost washes down the ash pan in the fine tradition of yesteryear.
#90 sounds her Reading 6 chime whistle for the crossing just outside the shops. Speaking of the Reading, Camelback #1187 can be seen on the left.