Seven of Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line’s fifteen SW1200’s are on the engine house leads at Portsmouth, Virginia.
Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line SW1200 111 is at the road’s engine terminal in Sewell’s Point, Virginia. Bicentennial unit 101 is under the sanding tower in the background... (more)
Two of Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line’s fifteen SW 1200’s spend the weekend at Sewell’s Point, Virginia.
Strasburg 2-10-0 90 makes the final charge to Strasburg. While it isn’t exactly Juke’s Tree, that half-dead tree, just east of the Red Caboose Motel, was a prop for many photos during that era.
Strasburg’s two ex-Pennsylvania Railroad steamers, 4-4-2 7002 and 4-4-0 1223, work together to get a long train of passengers up the hill at Cherry Hill.
Strasburg 90 pulls a train out of the siding at Groffs. The Hello Dolly car is on the rear of the train, still in its original configuration and yellow paint.
”Hang On Big Guy, I’ll Get You to the Retirement Home”
After over two years of retirement in Amtrak’s care, GG1 4935, which was the original “heritage unit”, made its move to its p... (more)
Wearing what was the image of the Strasburg Rail Road for at least the better part of the 1960’s and 1970’s, 0-6-0 31 guides a train down the hill toward Cherry Hill Road.
A Cotton Belt SD45T-2 shoves a westbound Southern Pacific manifest at Alray, California.
Tunnel motors and standard SD’s team up to bring 94 cars of eastbound Southern Pacific freight over the Palmdale Cutoff at Alray.
Approaching Sullivan’s Curve, a 123-car westbound Southern Pacific manifest climbs Cajon Pass on the Palmdale Cutoff.
Eastbound Union Pacific tonnage rolls around Sullivan’s Curve on a clear May, 1984 day.
Positioned for a very tight portrait between a tree and a passing auto rack train, SBD FP7 118 waits for the return trip to Baltimore at the Martinsburg, West Virginia passenger station.
The Seaboard System’s only two A units make a reverse move to run around their train at Martinsburg, West Virginia.
After chasing the eastbound C&TS train until it entered isolation at Los Pinos. A long drive on a dirt road got me to Osier, Colorado, where the eastbound and westbound trains routinely meet. Soon... (more)