I took a ride over the Strasburg today to try and get some steam in Fall colors. I stumbled into a photo excursion that I didn’t know about, with 475 on the regular trains, and 89 and 90 working the charter. Seeing 2-10-0 90 sparked a lot of fond memories from the 1970’s and 1980’s, with the oval logo, yellow tender pinstriping, white running board edges, and white “American Flyer driver tires. Of course, they didn't extend her firebox to its original lignite-burning configuration. Here 90 powers the photo freight backing across Esbenshade Road. Taken from private property with permission.