A reenactor poses next to Strasburg Railroad 90 and in front of Strasburg Railroad 89 on a cloudless October evening.
NW 475 leads to 12:30 excursion back to East Strasburg.
The 12:30 train makes its way back towards Strasburg depot as it rolls west through the Pennsylvania countryside
With N&W 611 doing the honors and putting on a show, the 2:00 train makes its way past the Red Caboose Motel as it enters Strasburg yard limits.
Norfolk & Western 611 glides through the farm fields of eastern Pennsylvania on a late summer day. The crops of surrounding fields have almost reached their peaks before being harvest this coming ... (more)
After a brief stop at Groffs, 89 pulls west towards the station at Strasburg as two railfans look on. There were a lot of people present on this day because it was the last day of operation of 202... (more)
I was finally able to mark seeing the 611 move under its own power off my bucket list! Here, they begin to pull from Groffs after picking up and letting off passengers at the picnic area. This was... (more)
The visiting N&W J Class #611 heads back to Strasburg across the "Pumpkinville Turnpike" bridge on a beautiful September morning.
Canadian National 2-6-0 No. 89, former Grand Trunk Railway No. 1009, nee CN No. 911, is captured here in her last few years, working a lonely prairie branch. Perhaps she'll be spared from the scr... (more)
After getting photos of two different Norfolk Southern heritage units leading trains, it looked like the 7:00 Strasburg train would possibly operate in storm light. Those conditions didn’t exact... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-6-0 No. 89 sits in the hole with a revenue freight as its 2-10-0 No. 90 prepares for its return trip to Ronks, PA with a passenger excursion. The commodity loaded within t... (more)
No. 611 leads the Amish Edition of the Powhatan Arrow through the Pennsylvania Dutch countryside on a wet spring day.
The former N&W 475 is steaming by Esbenshade with the 2 o’clock train, returning west to East Strasburg from Leaman Place, on March 27, 2021.
Ready the Sun - cue the clouds! Can we get a plume? And... action! Sometimes puzzle pieces come together!
The Strasburg crew is doing some early-morning switching, using their ex-PRR 1948-built GE 44-tonner. Originally numbered as PRR 9331, the Strasburg dropped the "9" and "1," c... (more)