The Smallest Century: The museum in Lancaster provides an opportunity to observe an example of the switcher Century, Alco's C415.
Keystone train 609 heads East over the Conestoga River on a snowy afternoon in Lancaster.
Westbound through Lancaster with some cool baggage cars.
The fireman on a westbound GG1-powered Amtrak passenger train has stepped off onto the high-level platform for a quick inspection. No. 4895 was built in April, 1940 by Altoona-Westinghouse and wa... (more)
Pristine Pennsy Power: Rarely have I encountered a preserved locomotive quite as dazzling as PRR E7(A) #5901, a resident of the RR Museum of PA. Until this year's unveiling of the B&O Museu... (more)
Norfolk Southern train H29, the New Holland Secondary local, passes the CPL that is indicating that the Amtrak Keystone Line dispatcher has given it the railroad for its run to the NS yard in Lanc... (more)
Norfolk Southern train H28, the New Holland Secondary local, approaches the Jefferson Drive crossing in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
The Queen of Steam let’s off a large plume of smoke during a chartered photo shoot on that Strasburg Railroad. Driving rain couldn’t dampen spirits or the beauty of the engine. With 611 back... (more)
Refurbished PRR GG-1 No. 4935 on its first westbound run with the "Broadway Limited" in May of 1977
A typical 1980s Lancaster Chapter NRHS "Daisy-Picker Special," with chapter train crew members ready to board a Baltimore-bound train led by an E-60. Passengers were treated to a one-wa... (more)
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A Ray Slagle original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
N&W #475 pulling an excursion through the Amish countryside during the N&W "Reunion of Steam" event.
N&W #611 posing next to a former PRR Position Light signal.