The last Christmas Lights train of the year departs Greenbank station behind 0-6-0 58.
W&W No. 58 pulls an 8 Car Consist plus SW1 No. 8408 past Greenbank Mill & Farms on a mild November Day.
58 basks in the evening sun having just completed hauling 2 completely sold out Santa Claus Specials.
Leaf Peepers. One of the Wilmington & Western Railroad's last Autumn Leaf Specials of the fall season gets underway in Greenbank, Delaware on generally sunny and mild afternoon in early Nov... (more)
On June 10th, the Wilmington and Western held a special night photo session is honor of the railroad's 50th Anniversary of operation. The railroad also brought in Lehigh Valley Coal #126 to help c... (more)
Baltimore & Ohio No. 8408 shows off its new paint job during a night photo session as part of the Wilmington & Western's 50th anniversary celebration.
It's Steampunk time on the Wilmington & Western. Lehigh Valley Coal Co. No. 126, owned and operated by John and Barney Gramling, poses with W&W's own ex-Mississippi Central 4-4-0 No. 98 and a few ... (more)
Wilmington & Western's Pennsylvania Railroad doodlebug No. 4662 pauses at the railroad's Greenbank station. The station was originally located in Kennedyville, Md., and has its original sign mount... (more)
Ex Mississippi Central locomotive 98 pulls out of Greenbank station to begin the annual trip to Hockessin for the annual fireworks display.
A rare site indeed. W&W 915 and 58 pull a double header, nearly 50 years after the mainline death of both locomotives. 58 was built in 1907 as AB&A 58 and 915 was built as River Terminal 97 in 195... (more)
Engine 58 arrives in Greenbank in preperation for a 10:30 am departure.
98 and 58 depart Greenbank Station with the 2:30 Mt. Cuba Meteor.
Rail photography in the early 1900s was a little more involved than the hobby enjoyed by thousands today. There were no high speed, 10 fps, digital SLRs with ultra-high ISO capability and... (more)
Seems as though an unexpected appearance was made during the Night Photo shoot. A Lerro Productions Photo Charter.
Crew Members and the Station Master Synchronize watches at Greenbank Station before departure. A Lerro Productions Photo Charter.